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'This Week' Transcript: Sen. Bernie Sanders
THIS IS A RUSH TRANSCRIPT FOR 'THIS WEEK' ON April 10, 2016 and it will be updated. UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Right now on THIS WEEK WITH GEORGE STEPHANOPOULOS, New York state of mind -- after both frontrunners lose big in Wisconsin (VIDEO CLIP) UNIDENTIFIED MALE: -- the raucous race for the White House
Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders Ramp up Campaigns Ahead of Primary
The Democratic candidates fight to secure votes from the people of the Granite State.
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
Meet the Brother Who Defends Chris Christie at the Drop of an Insult
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie will probably never hear the end of his public adoration of the Dallas Cowboys after he appeared in owner Jerry Jones ’ box Sunday and was part of that much-talked about hug. But he can count on his little brother’s defense, no matter what. “Those non Cowboy fans who
Citigroup DOJ Settlement Could Be Template for Future Deals
Department of Justice's $7 Billion deal could set precedent for negotiations with other U.S. banks.
Why Facebook Is Spending Big Money for Oculus
Morning Money Memo… Is the Oculus Rift the next really big thing in virtual reality? Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is betting on it. Weeks after agreeing to spend $19 billion to buy WhatsApp, Zuckerberg is continuing his spending ways. Facebook has agreed to buy Oculus...
Top 5 Dangers That Remain After the Financial Collapse, Lessons Learned
On the fifth anniversary of Lehman Brothers' bankruptcy filing, which many say catalyzed the financial collapse that began in 2008, five experts share the biggest lessons from that era and dangers that could spark another crisis. We asked how much has changed since the crisis that nearly brought
Report IDs Worst-Performing, Highest-Paid CEOs
For two decades close to 40 percent of the highest-paid CEOs in the U.S. have performed abysmally, a new report asserts. These CEOs, according to the report, "ought to be exemplars of value-added performance," given the prevailing notion that executives earn their high pay by adding value to their
Various Economic Factors Send Dow, S&P 500 to New Highs
Jobless claims, news from Europe and strength in manufacturing bring confidence to Wall Street.
Ex-Goldman Sachs Trader on Trial
Morning Business Memo… Wall Street’s “Fabulous Fab” is heading to trial today and the case brings back memories of reckless trading that help lead to the mortgage mess and collapse of the housing market. Former Goldman Sachs trader Fabrice Tourre is accused in a civil...