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New York City has awarded the investment firm of former presidential candidate and environmental advocate Al Gore more than $16 million to handle pension funds worth hundreds of millions of dollars.
President Obama’s reelection campaign today lashed out at presumptive Republican nominee Mitt Romney for his business experience in the “corporate buyout” industry of private equity, launching a new ad and website critical of Romney’s private sector career.
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon on Friday scrambled to contain the fallout from his announcement that his bank’s Chief Investment Office lost $2 billion on a bad bet on corporate debt.
The Wall Street Journal reports on the Obama administration’s latest scheme to convince U.S. corporations to invest in the renewable energy sector: The Obama administration is attempting to persuade U.S. corporations about the benefits of investing in renewable energy, in an effort to help the industry after a government grant program expired.