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Transcript: Mitt Romney's Speech at the 2013 Conservative Political Action Conference
The following is Mitt Romney's address as prepared for delivery Friday, March 15, at the 2013 Conservative Political Action Conference in National Harbor, Md.: What an honor to be introduced by Governor Nikki Haley, a woman of uncommon courage and conviction; whose principles have guided her
Mitt Romney Returns at CPAC 2013
Former presidential candidate addresses Conservative Political Action Conference.
25 CEOs Earned More Than Their Companies Paid in Tax
According to a report released earlier today, 25 of the biggest, best-known corporations in the U.S. paid more money to their CEOs last year than they paid to Uncle Sam in taxes. The list includes Boeing, eBay, General Electric, International Paper, Verizon. The same...
Top Five Highest-Paid, Worst-Performing CEOs
New Report Lists CEOs Who Make Too Much Based on Their Companies' Performance
Seasonal issues push new jobless claims below 500,000
The number of newly laid off workers signing up for unemployment benefits fell sharply last week but those continuing to draw aid climbed to the highest level since 1982. The Labor Department reported Wednesday that first-time applications filed for jobless benefits dropped by a seasonally adjusted
Investors: Try these strategies to build your portfolios
The stock market has gained an average 9.6% a year since 1926, according to Chicago's Ibbotson Associates, not a bit of which has been earned in the past decade. Nevertheless, many investors count on earning at least that much to reach their retirement goals. Can you still earn 9.6%? Possibly. We
Fist Fight With a Twist
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Reverse mortgages aren't for everyone
After her husband died, Ernestine Boach felt she needed financial guidance. It was 2003, and Boach had just turned 62. An adviser urged her to take out a reverse mortgage, available mainly to those 62 and older, and use the money to buy deferred annuities. "He told me that he had a wonderful deal
Wall Street frets over profits
Inside major Wall Street firms and across their trading floors, concerns about corporate earnings are getting difficult to ignore. America's blue chip companies — big business stalwarts like Merrill Lynch & Co. and IBM Corp. — will release third-quarter results in the coming weeks. After a quarter
The Real Price of Pork Barrel Spending
If Congress Can Fund a 'Bridge to Nowhere,' Why Can't It Pay for Hurricane Protection?