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  • New data show Obamacare gaining traction

    New data show Obamacare gaining traction
    Here's a rundown of the latest metrics on the Affordable Care Act. -- The percentage of uninsured Americans is falling sharply, reaching 15.9% as of the end of February, according to Gallup. That's the lowest rate the survey firm has measured since...
  • 'Fatal Vision' author Joe McGinniss has died at 71

    'Fatal Vision' author Joe McGinniss has died at 71
    Author Joe McGinninss, political chronicler, novelist, and sometime muckraker has died, the Associated Press reports. He was 71 and had prostate cancer. Best known in recent years for moving next door to former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin in Wasilla in...
  • SVOD Service Mubi Raises $7.5 million in Additional Investment

    LONDON -- Mubi, the SVOD service that specializes in arthouse movies, has raised $7.5 million in additional funding, according to chief exec Efe Cakarel. Mubi, founded in 2007, will receive $2.4 million in a second round of financing due to close this...
  • Goldman Sachs partner confirmed as ambassador to Canada

    Goldman Sachs partner confirmed as ambassador to Canada
    Bruce Heyman, a Chicago-based Goldman Sachs partner and key fundraiser for President Barack Obama, was confirmed Wednesday by the U.S. Senate as the U.S. ambassador to Canada.  “I was proud to support Bruce Heyman’s confirmation … and...
  • CAA Acquires Inside Sports & Entertainment Group

    CAA Sports has acquired Inside Sports & Entertainment Group, a full-service corporate hospitality, event management, and marketing company, the agency announced Monday. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. ISEG, a 25-person company, is now...
  • GS Elevator: The 'Goldman Sachs' tattletale exposed

    GS Elevator: The 'Goldman Sachs' tattletale exposed
    For about three years, investment cognoscenti have been deviled by snarky comments on Twitter purporting to come from inside the elevator at Goldman Sachs, the investment banking firm that has long been a paragon of capitalism. The disdainful, pointed...
  • Kashkari mailer features 'conservative Republican' wielding ax

    GOP gubernatorial candidate Neel Kashkari’s first mail pieces should be hitting mailboxes soon, four-page fliers that declare the first-time candidate a “conservative Republican” and “political outsider” who can end...
  • Mortgage-related legal costs sock BofA with $276-million loss

    Mortgage-related legal costs sock BofA with $276-million loss
    Socked by mortgage-related legal expenses, Bank of America Corp. lost $276 million during the first quarter, sending its stock down sharply. The quarterly loss, its first in 2½ years, came despite lower loan losses and better than expected results in...
  • San Diego Opera hires Mark Fabiani to handle crisis publicity

    San Diego Opera hires Mark Fabiani to handle crisis publicity
    San Diego Opera has enlisted the spin expertise of Mark Fabiani -- the  former deputy mayor of Los Angeles and former special counsel to President Bill Clinton -- to handle the company's public relations as it faces mounting criticism over its decision to...
  • CBS chief Leslie Moonves' pay was $66.9 million in 2013

    CBS has "The Big Bang Theory" and its boss has an astronomical paycheck. Leslie Moonves, the network's chief executive, was awarded a $66.9-million compensation package last year, according to a Securities and Exchange Commission filing Friday. That was...
  • Fed rejects dividend, buyback plans at Citigroup, four other big banks

    Fed rejects dividend, buyback plans at Citigroup, four other big banks
    WASHINGTON -- The Federal Reserve said Wednesday it rejected plans by Citigroup Inc. and four other large U.S. banks for dividend payments and stock buybacks after annual stress tests. Those tests raised questions about weaknesses in the risk-planning...