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How To Give Back $157 Million

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Super-PACs have a problem once their favored presidential candidates drop out.

BlackRock's Flagship Credit Hedge Fund Suffers Worst January

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The flagship $1.9 billion Obsidian fund fell 4 percent in January.

Zuckerberg Gets To Pry Into Past Of Man Suing Him

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The Facebook founder hopes to prove a developer suing him over his backyard privacy was once engaged in fraud.

U.S. Recession Risk At 20%-25%, Morgan Stanley's Caron Says

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The corporate-bond market is the trouble spot in an otherwise stable economy, says the senior executive.

Paulson Says He's Still Considering Move To Puerto Rico

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Puerto Rico is the best place to minimize taxes, the hedge fund manager said.

Paulson Plans $1.5B Private Equity Fund For Troubled Debt

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The fund will invest in companies going through bankruptcy, restructurings and in need of rescue financing.

Slave-Labor Loophole Closed By Senate After 8 Decades

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The U.S. government will no longer turn a blind eye to companies that import goods derived from slavery.

Gold Rush Speeds Up As Fear Mounts

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Investors are scooping up precious metals, Treasuries and money markets to cope with one of the worst starts of the year.

Have Millennials Made Quitting More Common?

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More people are leaving their jobs, and disloyal young people may have something to do with that.

A Money Store Of Diamonds Grows, And So Do The Questions

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One of the world’s largest jewelry companies is starting resemble a bank, analysts say.

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