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News Briefing: Robin Hood Nest Egg Draws Scrutiny From Congress

By Kate Golden on July 16, 2007No Comment
  • A rainy-day fund of the Robin Hood Foundation draws scrutinty in Washington.  [Bloomberg]
  • L.A. Cardinal apologizes for the "terrible sin and crime" and confirms record settlement of $660 million to those that were abused by priests.  [Reuters]
  • Sandy Weill sees similarities between his life and that of Andrew Carnegie, who built a steel empire and then gave away his fortune.  [New York Times]
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