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D.M. Levine

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Rajat Gupta Trial: Lloyd Blankfein, Goldman Sachs CEO, Pressed By Gupta's Defense

HuffingtonPost.com   |  D.M. Levine   |   June 8, 2012

One question at the heart of the Rajat K. Gupta insider trading trial is whether information the former Goldman Sachs board member allegedly disclosed to...

Lauryn Hill Responds To Tax Evasion Charges

AP   |   June 8, 2012

NEWARK, N.J. — Reclusive singer Lauryn Hill said in an Internet posting Friday that she hasn't paid taxes since she withdrew from society to guarantee...

Life After LeBron: How Cleveland's Economy Is Faring After The Star's Departure

The Huffington Post   |  Drew Guarini   |   June 8, 2012

Apart from Art Modell, there may be no sports figure, or person in general, more hated in the Cleveland area than former Cavalier great LeBron...
D.M. Levine

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Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein: Company Engaged in Contingency Planning for Defaults in Europe

HuffingtonPost.com   |  D.M. Levine   |   June 8, 2012

Goldman Sachs is preparing for possible sovereign defaults in Europe, the company's CEO said Friday. "It's in the nature of contingency planning and we plan...

Louisiana Public Education Overhaul: Gov. Bobby Jindal's Proposal Hit With Lawsuit

  |  Alex Kuczynski-Brown   |   June 8, 2012

Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal’s bold education package that calls for using public school dollars to fund private and parochial school vouchers will be tested in...

R.J. Williams, Record-Setting Lightbulb Eater, Robs A Bank And Other Wacky Bank Robberies

The Huffington Post   |  Khadeeja Safdar   |   June 8, 2012

In case you were wondering, ingesting lightbulbs won't make you any brighter. At least that's what we learned after R.J. Williams made news last year...
Zach Carter

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Lynn Szymoniak's Bank Can't Tell Her How Much She Owes On Her Mortgage

HuffingtonPost.com   |  Zach Carter   |   June 11, 2012

PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- Lynn Szymoniak's four-year foreclosure nightmare is finally over -- but the high-profile activist and attorney said she couldn't finalize her exit without...

Spoiled Children: Cities And Towns Where Parents Spend The Most (And Least) On Their Kids

The Huffington Post   |  Jessica Samakow   |   June 8, 2012

During last year's winter holidays, a survey of 6,000 moms revealed that 3 out of 4 mothers think their kids are at least a little...

Housing The Homeless Saves Taxpayers Money, Study Finds

The Huffington Post   |  Alexander Eichler   |   June 8, 2012

Welfare programs have been among the biggest targets of budget cuts in the last few years, as states look to save money any way they...

Florida State College-Jacksonville Students Forced To Repay Pell Grants After Audit

The Huffington Post   |  Anna Susman   |   June 8, 2012

Students at Florida State College in Jacksonville, Fla. may be forced to repay Pell Grants after the institution erroneously doled out at $2.8 million in...

Millennials Choosing To Rent, Avoiding Purchases In The Housing Market

The Huffington Post   |  Tyler Kingkade   |   June 11, 2012

Millennials could be dragging down the housing market, and--in effect--the national economy. The bust in the housing market was a large part of what sparked...

Summer Airfare Deals Require Travelers To Be Adventurous, Flexible

AP   |  SCOTT MAYEROWITZ   |   June 8, 2012

NEW YORK -- To snag the best airfares, travelers need to be adventurous and willing to pick up at a moment's notice. OK, now let's...

Rent In Manhattan Reaches Record High In May 2012, Report Says

The Huffington Post   |  Bonnie Kavoussi   |   June 9, 2012

The stereotypes and sitcom jokes are true: Renting in Manhattan is insanely expensive. The average rent in Manhattan hit a record high of $3,438 per...
Jeffrey Young

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Health Care Reform Boosts Health Insurance For Young Adults, Gallup Poll Shows

HuffingtonPost.com   |  Jeffrey Young   |   June 8, 2012

The rate of young adults without health insurance has dropped because of President Barack Obama's health care reform law, but expanded coverage for the age...

Facebook Stock Up: Boost Easing Post-IPO Decline

AP   |   August 8, 2012

NEW YORK (AP) — Facebook's stock got a boost Friday, easing a decline that has followed the company's initial public offering last month. Shares of...
Catherine New

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Fifth Third Bank Will Have Most Expensive Overdraft Fees

HuffingtonPost.com   |  Catherine New   |   June 8, 2012

Fifth Third will have some of the most expensive overdraft fees of any big bank starting later this month. The Cincinnati-based bank has confirmed that...

7-11 Employee Loses Bag Of Cash On Highway Near New Casino

  |   June 8, 2012

WASHINGTON -- Here's a good lesson: Remove sacks of cash from the top of your SUV before driving onto the highway. A Maryland convenience store...

Iowa Collects Unpaid Debt From Gambling, Lottery Winners

The Huffington Post   |  Bonnie Kavoussi   |   June 8, 2012

Imagine striking it rich in a casino and then being told that the state is seizing your winnings. That's what's happening in places like Iowa,...

Health Care Reform Insures 6.6 Million Young Adults Who Still Struggle To Pay Medical Bills, Debt

Reuters   |   August 8, 2012

* Health reform gave young adults coverage under parents * 6.6 million young adults newly under parents' plans * But young still struggle with medical...

SpaceX: Launch A Rocket, Make A Billion

The Huffington Post   |  Nate C. Hindman   |   June 8, 2012

What does it take to make $1 billion these days? Try launching a rocket into outer space. At least, that's what financial analysis firm PrivCo...

Consumer Credit Debt Grows At A Slower Rate In April

AP   |  MARTIN CRUTSINGER   |   June 7, 2012

WASHINGTON -- U.S. consumer borrowing increased more slowly in April, restrained by a sharp reduction in credit card debt. The report suggests Americans may be...
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