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It's an unseemly request by a movie, to ask us to root for the lying, scrambling but extremely well-coiffed hedge fund billionaire weasel played by Richard Gere in the new film "Arbitrage." But there it is. The movie does ask, and to varying degrees, we...
“Arbitrage” is not about Jack Abramoff, or Bernie Madoff or even Mitt Romney. But resemblances between any one of them and the film's protagonist, Robert Miller (Richard Gere), are hardly coincidental. Miller is a stand-in for a whole class of...
Since Baltimore City Hall contended in a federal lawsuit last year that a group of international banks conspired to keep a key interest rate benchmark low, more municipalities and private companies have started to investigate potential losses because of...
The Hartford CourantGeorge R. Aylward said he inspires confidence in Virtus Investment Partners by producing a quality product and fostering an environment in which all employees directly influence the success of the company. Aylward was raised on Long Island. He moved to...
"Resident Evil: Retribution" is the fifth movie in a very successful franchise that began as a series of apocalyptic Japanese video games. The surreal sci-fi adventure blends "Aliens" and "The Matrix" with "Blade Runner" overtones. For good measure,...
Fox 5 San Diego staffI’m glad I have smart friends. The one I brought to this screening told me what “arbitrage” meant. It had something to do with buying and selling the same thing in the stock market. She was a little more detailed, but I’m lazy...
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WASHINGTON (AP) — The Federal Reserveunleashed a series of aggressive actions Thursday intended to stimulate the still-weak economy by making it cheaper for consumers and businesses to borrow and spend. The Fed said it will spend $40 billion a...
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**1/2 (out of four) Ruthlessly pursuing a billionaire he’s sure deserves to be punished, detective Bryer (Tim Roth) laments, “He does not get to walk just because he’s on CNBC.” Frustration toward the invincibility of the rich...
BROOKINGS - The 2012 drought has been a game-changer in almost every aspect of farm and ranch management, including production, financial, and marketing, says Darrell Mark, Adjunct Professor of Economics at South Dakota State University, during his Aug. 6...
The extensive drought is pushing up corn and soybean prices to record levels, but area farmers will need to be able to produce a crop to take advantage of the windfall. On Friday, the corn price hit the $8-a-bushel mark for the first time in history....
A Fulton County, Pa., man has been indicted on 21 counts of fraud and making false statements to authorities, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office. Robert G. Bard of Warfordsburg, Pa., was indicted July 18 by a federal grand jury and charged...
L.A. NOWA Long Beach man faces up to five years in federal prison after admitting his role Tuesday in orchestrating a "pump-and-dump stock scheme" around a sports drink company built around the name of Notre Dame football legend Daniel E. “Rudy”...
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