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Romney's Bermuda Account Raises Questions

The Republican presidential candidate has been hit with questions about his overseas investments all week. Mitt Romney's American lawyer and government officials in Bermuda are steering clear of the subject. But experts say, if you had the money, you'd do it too.
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The European Central Bank's Guide To Influence

As heavily indebted European countries have seen their options dwindle, the ECB has flexed its muscle — and not always subtly.
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County Considers Eminent Domain As Foreclosure Fix

California's San Bernardino County says seizing troubled properties would allow those homeowners to refinance their loans. Critics say the plan, if implemented, will be bad for business and could dissuade banks from making future loans in the county.
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Lobster Glut, Low Prices Leave Boats High And Dry

The glut of lobsters is good news for consumers and food retailers, but lobster catchers are finding it hard to make a living. Prices are plummeting, and the lobstermen are staying away from their traps to save extra expenses.
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Global Markets Brace For China's Slowing Economy

The latest Chinese economic figures are due to be released Thursday night. Most analysts are predicting they'll show that the world's second largest economy is suffering its deepest slowdown since the global financial crisis.
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Turning Trash Into Cash To Help Nation's Poor

A nonprofit that helps low-income families in Eugene, Ore., recycles mattresses to help bring in money. Its funding model is inspiring other nonprofits to start salvaging junk to support services for the poor.

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