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Ted Cruz Debates Trump Supporters as They Shout at Him in Indiana
Supporters of Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump shouted in his rival Sen. Ted Cruz ’s face as he squared off with them on an Indiana street for more than seven minutes, just a day before Indiana’s do-or-die GOP primary . Cruz was finishing up a campaign stop at a restaurant
Barclays Plc Reports 1Q Profit Fell 7 Percent.
Barclays plc said Wednesday that first-quarter earnings fell 7 percent, dragged down by businesses it intends to sell. Net income dropped to 433 million pounds ($631 million) from 465 million pounds in the same period a year earlier, the London-based bank reported. Profit from Barclays' core
What You Should Know About Netflix's Price Increase
About 17 million Netflix customers are about to pay more for the streaming service. Starting in May, customers who currently pay $7.99 for high-definition streaming will have to pay an additional $2 per month for the same service. Here's what customers should know about the price increase: How to
Wall Street Executive Accused of Scheming to Defraud Investors of $95M
Andrew Caspersen is accused of setting up a fake company to solicit money from investors, including $25 million from a charity.
Playboy Shops Around for New Owner
First Playboy magazine kissed nudity goodbye. Now the company is looking for new owners. A spokesman for Playboy Enterprises Inc. confirmed to ABC News today that the iconic media company is considering a sale. Playboy Enterprises could be worth more than $500 million, according to The Wall Street
Hillary Clinton Once Cited NY Banks as ‘Biggest Winners' in Wall Street Bailout
Speaking at a Democratic Party dinner in Ohio Sunday, Hillary Clinton said she voted in 2009 for the second wave of funds to be used for the bank bailout because President Obama asked Senate Democrats to do so and because the package included money to help the beleaguered U.S. automobile industry.
How Hillary Clinton Thinks She’ll Be Tougher on Wall Street Than Bernie Sanders
Hillary Clinton is trying to turn the tables on Bernie Sanders . The Democratic front-runner – often criticized for her close ties to Wall Street – is now attempting to argue she will be tougher on the financial industry than her challenger, Bernie Sanders – the progressive Vermont senator who is
Where the Democratic Presidential Candidates Stand on Economic Issues
Details and dollar amounts mark the biggest differences between the Democratic presidential candidates when it comes to economic issues. As Hillary Clinton , Bernie Sanders and Martin O'Malley prepare for ABC News' Democratic debate on Saturday night in New Hampshire, here is a review of where they
MLB's 30 general managers ... who are they?
Below are quick thumbnails of the 30 general managers as the industry heads into the winter meetings in Nashville. Reflecting considerable recent turnover as a new generation of leadership in the game gets promoted, the nature of the GM job has changed -- especially with "title inflation" as more
Bernie Sanders Starts to Name Names to Set Himself Apart From Hillary Clinton
The first event of Bernie Sanders ’s swing through New Hampshire this weekend was uncharacteristically small. No large, chanting crowds commonplace to his campaign. Instead the Vermont senator visited a senior center in Manchester and spoke to a thoughtful group of about 20 people before taking