I'm pretty sure that CBS is going to buy Yahoo. This is not based on any rumors or inside info, but looking at Yahoo's businesses and that are making money, it would fit very snugly into CBS's current Internet stable and bring in the compan…
The gay-marriage battle: Follow the money Map: Tracking Proposition 8 contributions » Name Total Amount City State Zip Employer Position ANNE WICKERS $500 BLOOMINGTON IN 47401 Oppose CLAUDETTE EINHORN $100 INDIANAPOLIS IN 46208 NONE Oppose JASON S. MCLACHLAN $1,000 SOUTH BEND IN 46616 UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME Oppose JOHN GARZELLONI $250 FORT WAYNE IN 46802
The following is a list of my neighbors who have given money to support Proposition 8 in California – which would eliminate the right of same-sex couples to wed in California. These people have moved beyond mere opinion and are actively giving money to an effort to tear California families apart. SHAME on them! [KEY:
President Bush is lobbying the U.S. House of Representatives to pass the Central America Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA), which is scheduled for a vote Wednesday night. The U.S. Senate passed the treaty in June.
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Some international stock markets fell sharply Thursday upon news that London was hit by a series of coordinated explosions.
The FTSE 100 Share Index fell over 150 points, over 2.8%. Among the hardest hit stocks were airlines, hospitality and insurance companies, according to reports.
At 11:41UTC, the FTSE 100 , the yardstick used to measure the largest British companies on the stockmarket had fallen 3.85%, dropping by 201.2 points to 5028.40. British
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Bill Miller is CEO of Valchemy, a San Mateo, California company founded in 2001 to provide application software to the M&A industry. Previously, he was an executive with Intel Capital, working with the company’s active equity investment and M&A programs.