These billionaires also receive large annual crop insurance payments subsidized by taxpayers.
As it turns out, money can make you happier. It's all in what you do with it.
The co-founders of the social network rocketed into the billionaires club as shares surpassed $45 Thursday.
The mortgage heavyweights are continuing to return cash to taxpayers, buoyed partly by the recovering housing market.
Our world's new economic realities and our ever increasing environmental sensitivities should give us pause before we chuck our serviceable older car.
That's up from the original expected range of $23 to $25, and values the company at $18.3 billion.
Lawmakers and public interest groups are outraged because the bank can write up to $3 billion of its payout off as a business expense.
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