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“Game Change” authors
Mark Halperin and John Heilemann, co-authors of “Game Change,” weigh in on the state of the presidential race, the polls, momentum swings, the influence of Bill Clinton and the impact of Super PACs.
Renting the American Dream
The housing market may be showing some signs of recovery but many Americans are struggling with a new reality – buying a home is out of reach. Instead, they’re renting and they’ll likely do so for years to come.
Obama reclaims lead in new poll
President Obama has inched back ahead of Mitt Romney, according to new Reuters Ipsos polling data.
CEOs may accept tax hike
Most CEOs in the Campaign to Fix the Debt would agree to higher taxes to get a budget deal, says former auto czar Steven Rattner.
Goldman's board falls short
The Goldman Sachs board is stacked with company insiders, conflicting interests and inexperience, says blogger Felix Salmon.
Romney, Obama Debate Round 2
Governor Romney faced a feistier President Obama, sparing over issues like oil and gas drilling, women's rights, immigration, and the 47 percent.
Two Israeli entrepreneurs are seeking to take the cycling world by storm with the first-ever bicycle made entirely out of recycled cardboard, plastic and old car tires.
President Obama’s support for manufacturing is encouraging, but his policy repeats past mistakes.
Heilemann: "lack of respect" between candidates
John Heilemann, Co-author of ''Game Change,'' says it’s normal for candidates to sour on each other amid a barrage of attack ads. But he sees “a greater lack of respect” between Romney and Obama.
Obama, Romney trade punchlines
Obama and Romney took a break from their tough election battle to throw some lighthearted jabs at each other - and themselves - at the annual Alfred E. Smith Dinner in New York City.
Biden, Ryan debate
Biden and Ryan battled over the terrorist attack in Libya, Iran’s nuclear ambitions, health care reform, and abortion in a contentious ,and at times humorous, vice presidential debate.
Carlyle chief on P.E.'s bad rep
Carlyle co-founder David Rubenstein says private equity business is different from the era when Mitt Romney ran Bain Capital, when firms broke up companies and shipped jobs overseas.
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