February 13, 2016, 10:40 pm
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Obama's replacement of Scalia could change the balance of the court

The Hill - By : Harper Neidig

Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, 79, has died during a hunting vacation in Texas. Scalia was the leading conservative voice on the court, and his death will set off a mammoth fight over who should replace him in the heat of a presidential election cycle.

There is likely to be significant pressure on the Senate, which is in Republican hands, to hold off on confirming anyone nominated by President Obama, who is in his last year ...



Antonin Scalia, Supreme Court justice, dies at 79

CNN - By : Jamie Gangel, Evan Perez and Kevin Bohn

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, a leading conservative voice on the high court, has died at the age of 79, a government source and a family friend told CNN on Saturday.

Scalia died in his sleep during a visit to Texas. A gov...


Goldman Sachs President Gary Cohn: Massive Revaluation in Tech

Bloomberg Business - By : Staff Reporting

Gary Cohn, Goldman Sachs's president and chief operating officer, discusses the state of the IPO market with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Markets."

Shift from growth multiple to a earnings and cash flow multiple is...


Supreme Court blocks Obama climate change rules

CNN - By : Ariane de Vogue, Dan Berman and Kevin Liptak

The Supreme Court on Tuesday dealt President Barack Obama a blow by moving to temporarily block his administration's rules to limit greenhouse gas emissions from power plants.

Reacting to a lawsuit from 29 states, as well as the energy ...



America has near record 5.6 million job openings

CNN Money - By : Patrick Gillespie

There were 5.6 million job openings in December, just shy of the all-time record of about 5.7 million set in July, according to Labor Department data published Tuesday.

Good news: American companies are hiring, despite all the concern surrounding the U.S. economy.- Referenced Article




Daimler recalls 840,000 cars with Takata airbags

CNN Money - By : Ivana Kottasova and Chris Liakos

The recall affects about 705,000 Mercedes-Benz cars and around 136,000 Daimler vans in the United States, the German automaker said Wednesday. It is the latest is a series of recalls prompted by concerns about Takata airbags. - Referenced Article



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