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An Olympic Event Where 1st Prize Is the Chance to Lose Billions

businessmirror.com.ph — By Andrew Ross Sorkin Behind the scenes of the Olympic matchups and rivalries that draw large crowds here, there is stealth competition taking place in the hallways and hotels of this beach town worth tens of billions of dollars. It is a bidding war that could rival the most ferocious auction on Wall Street.

An Olympic event where first prize is the chance to lose billions

An Olympic Event Where 1st Prize Is the Chance to Lose Billions

nytimes.com — Similarly, the Paris coalition's bid for the Games is based, in large part, on the infrastructure that the city already has; the Parisians estimate their cost would be about $7 billion, which is considered bargain-basement by Olympics standards.

An Olympic Event Where 1st Prize Is the Chance to Lose Billions

cnbc.com — vichie81 / iStock / Getty Images Plus "Hosting the Games has become an increasingly expensive gambit; indeed, as the rules for bidding currently stand, the entire structure of the Olympic Games shouts 'potential host beware,'" according to Robert A. Baade and Victor A. Matheson, sports economists who wrote a paper on the expense of hosting the Olympics.

Olympic Event Where 1st Prize Could Lose You Billions

An Olympic Event Where 1st Prize Is the Chance to Lose Billions

nytimes.com — Similarly, the Paris coalition's bid for the Games is based, in large part, on the infrastructure that the city already has; the Parisians estimate their cost would be about $7 billion, which is considered bargain-basement by Olympics standards.

Trump's Economic Team Is Far From Typical

Donald Trump’s Economic Team Is Far From Typical

nytimes.com — The tweet and his economics council are a bit of mixed message, given that he is trying to raise money from the financial industry and clearly has some support - even some from traditional Republican circles. On Monday, for instance, George P.

Donald Trump’s Economic Team Is Far From Typical

nytimes.com — The tweet and his economics council are a bit of mixed message, given that he is trying to raise money from the financial industry and clearly has some support - even some from traditional Republican circles. On Monday, for instance, George P.

A Depression era law has US banks spooked

gulfnews.com — Could the Glass-Steagall Act - the Depression-era legislation that forced the separation of investment banking from commercial banking, among other things - be coming back? In an extremely odd political dovetail, both the Democratic and the Republican platforms include planks that call for the restoration of the landmark 1933 law.
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Aug 20, 2016

RT @susannecraig: New: In Maze of Donald Trump’s Corporate Empire, Opaque Ties, Partnerships and $650 Million in Debt.  http://nyti.ms/2b5Vrm7 

Aug 19, 2016

@ReMaxSue I'm trying to see if I can get it signed so that I can do that. We'll see...


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