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Prince Alwaleed Says Obama Lacks Coherent Policy

Prince Alwaleed Says Obama Lacks Coherent Policy

By Mike Fossum November 21, 2013

Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, the Saudi royal and self-made billionaire investor, said President Barack Obama lacks a “comprehensive and coherent foreign policy” toward the Arab world. Alwaleed made the comment at “The Year Ahead: 2014,” a two-day conference in Chicago, …

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Citigroup and Legg Mason Make A Deal
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Citigroup and Legg Mason are doing a little trading of assets. Legg Mason will get Citigroup’s Asset Management business, and Citigroup in return will get Legg Mason’s broker-dealer business.

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