Ford, GM to lose more money in Europe, analyst estimates

Obama advocacy group now will avoid corporate money

WASHINGTON – The non-profit advocacy group created to lobby for President Obama's second-term agenda announced Thursday that it will not accept any corporate money, reversing course after blistering accusations that it was selling White House access
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Save money for retirement. That's an order

His conversation with MONEY senior writer Kim Clark has been edited. You've studied behavioral finance for more than 30 years, and you've seen many efforts to nudge people in the right directions. Do they work? Nudging is very useful. Lots of people
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Bank regulators mull rules for money-laundering cases versus execs

Regulators and law enforcement authorities have entered into several major recent settlements with top banks to resolve money laundering allegations, but have faced some criticism because those actions have not resulted in charges against any bank
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Ford, GM to lose more money in Europe, analyst estimates

Ford and General Motors are going to lose more money in Europe this year than they estimated, said one industry analyst who reduced his earnings estimates for both after he spoke with GM's former head of European operations. “We're taking our European
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