Fed Chief: Easy-Money Policies Outweigh Risks

0 Carney: White House not raising money for Obama outside group

"He very famously made clear his feelings about a Supreme Court decision that introduced and injected huge sums of money into our political campaigns. And he calls on Republicans to support the Disclose Act, which he and Democrats support which would,
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Annuity benefits: Real money or Monopoly money?

The right-hand side of the ledger are the attached benefits (riders), and those contractual guarantees are calculated separately from the left-hand side of the column. A deferred annuity with an attached rider is funded with one lump sum of money, but
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Japanese Financial Companies Put Their Money on Investors

's $2.6 billion purchase of Robeco NV from Dutch lender Rabobank, while the biggest acquisition of a foreign money manager by a Japanese company, is just the latest in a string of aggressive deal-making in the sector over the past two years. However
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General Motors adds Internet service to vehicles

"At the end of the day, someone is going to have to pay for this and it's usually the consumer," he said in an interview with MSN Money, adding that many consumers drop OnStar once its free trial expires. Whether consumers will want another Internet
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Fed Chief: Easy-Money Policies Outweigh Risks

WASHINGTON—Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke signaled Tuesday that the central bank would continue its bond-buying programs, arguing that the benefits of the bank's easy-money policies for the broader economy still outweigh the potential risks
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