Report: Madoff Secretly Gave $9B to 3 Friends

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Inmate Tells NY Post That Jailed Ponzi Schemer Said He Funneled Cash to \"Personal Friends\" Before His Arrest
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BP CEO Cancels Appearance at Major Oil Meeting

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Tony Hayward Cites Responsibilities to Gulf Cleanup for Pulling Out, 2 Days after Attending Yacht Race
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FiOS Drops Fee for Month-to-Month Service

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Verizon Cable and Internet Service Says Long-Term Contract Requirements Dropped in Effort to be More Competitive
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Federal Regulators OK Plan Police Executive Pay

Updated 4 yearss ago   
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Fed, FDIC and Others on Board with Rules Curbing Reckless Gambles, but Gov\'t Won\'t Take Role in Actually Setting Pay
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Mortgage Relief Dropouts Could Stall Recovery

Updated 4 yearss ago   
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Facing Too Much Other Debt or Failing to Qualify, Number of Borrowers Exiting Obama Plan Exceeds Those Getting Help
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BP Has Spent $2 Billion on Oil Spill Cleanup

Updated 4 yearss ago   
By: WINK Administrator

Company Says It Has Paid Out $105 Million to Victims; Overall Cleanup Cost Expected to Continue Rising
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SEC: Money Manager Bilked Millions in Mortgages

Updated 4 yearss ago   
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Thomas Priore and ICP Asset Management Hit with Fraud Charges, Accused of Swindling Clients during Housing Market Bust
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Video: iPhone OS 4 Released

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Barnes and Noble introduces a second Nook e-reader, Apple\'s iOS comes out today, and a poster for The Social Network hits the web.
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Canadian Economy the Envy of the World

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Ahead of G-20 Summit in Toronto, Obama Commends Northern Neighbor\'s Quick Recovery From Recession
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U.K. Aims to Sell Its High-Speed Rail for $2.2B

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To Reduce Budget Deficit Gov\'t Seeks Bids to Operate Trains Between London and Channel Tunnel
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How to Avoid Hidden Fees

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A Look Into Common Banking, Travel, and Customer Service Fees You Can Incur, How to Get Out of Getting Gouged
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BP: Tony Hayward Not Resigning

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Head Office of British Energy Company Says Embattled Boss Has No Intention of Stepping Down
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Video: Avoiding Hidden Fees

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Harry Smith spoke with Rebecca Jarvis about how to dodge hidden fees like inactive credit card charges.
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Oil Rig Worker: Blowout Preventer was Leaking

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Deepwater Horizon Worker says He Reported Leak on Crucial Emergency Shutoff Valve, But Company Kept Pumping
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Relief Well Drilling "Business as Usual"

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Crews Boring Through Miles of Seafloor Try to Stay Focused on Crucial Task, Within Site of Catastrophe
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BP's Worst-Case Estimate Was 4.2M Gallons a Day

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By: WINK Administrator

Documents Show Nearly 2M Gallon Margin of Error in Estimates; Judge To Hear Arguments for Lifting Drilling Moratorium
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The Changing Shape of Light

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Where America Stands: New Ways Are Being Developed to Light Our World, From the Bendable to the Organic
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Oil Spill Taking a Toll on Fla. Tourism

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With Alabama\'s Tourism Down 50 Percent, Florida Braces for the Empty Beaches as Vacationers Stay Away from the Spill
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Video: A Bright Idea for America

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By: WINK Administrator

Americans have just four years to go before the plug is pulled on the incandescent light bulb. Jim Axelrod reports on \"Where America Stands\" to create an energy-efficient replacement.
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Video: Fla. Tourism Could Take Big Hit

Updated 4 yearss ago   
By: WINK Administrator

As the Gulf oil spill continues crowds of vacationers are enjoying the beaches in Florida but behind the scenes officials are working to ward off what could be an economic disaster. Cynthia Bowers reports.
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