Bush library starts task of archiving the administration’s 200 million emails By contrast, Bill Clinton’s 1990s administration generated about 20 million ... How monumental is the task? Absent improvements in resources or technology — which to be fair, officials predict are forthcoming — it could take the Bush library upwards ... 07/2/2012 - 5:04 pm | View Link
George W. Bush Presidential Library launches new, interactive website As I explained in today's paper, for instance, library officials are just beginning the monumental task of archiving the 200 million emails sent and received during the Bush administration ... will work together. It's starts off pretty simple. 07/2/2012 - 7:42 am | View Link
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If you've been frustrated trying to buy a home, the tide may be turning.
Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and their regulator the Federal Housing Finance Agency are close to an agreement that would allow them to buy mortgages made to borrowers with less-than-pristine credit and for purchases with as little as 3 percent down, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Consumers across the U. S. are expected to set a record for online shopping this year, applying even more pressure to struggling brick-and-mortar retailers and malls.
Bloomberg reports the National Retail Federation predicts the average shopper will make 44 percent of holiday purchases on the Internet. That figure is up from 40 percent last year.
Thanks to employment gains, lower gas prices and other factors, retail sales are forecast to increase 4.1 percent in the final two months of the year to…
DELAFIELD, Wis. (Stockpickr) -- Professional traders running mutual funds and hedge funds don't just look at a stock's price moves; they also track big changes in volume activity. Often when above-average volume moves into an equity, it precedes a large spike in volatility.
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Major moves in volume can signal unusual activity, such as insider buying or selling -- or buying or selling by "superinvestors."
Unusual volume can also be a major signal that hedge funds and momentum traders are piling into a stock ahead of a catalyst.
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Here are 10 things you should know for Tuesday, Oct. 21:
1. -- U. S. stock futures were higher and shares in Europe roseabut stocks in China declinedaas above-forecast China GDP growthadampened hopes for new government stimulus. Japan's Nikkeia225 fell 2%.aHong Kong's Hang Seng added 0.1%. 2.
LONDON (The Deal) -- European stocks rose on Tuesday as a stream of corporate updates distracted investors from wider macro-economic and geopolitical worries.
In London, the FTSE 100 was up 0.66% at 6,306.99. In Frankfurt, the DAX climbed 1.13% to 8,816.33 and in Paris the CAC 40 gained 1.16% to 4,037.66.
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- BlackRock , with $4.52 trillion worth of assets under its watch, knows a thing or two about managing its clients' risk. But the world's largest money manager has also recently shown its prowess in managing its own risk. Flashback to 2009, at the height of the financial crisis, whenaquestions were raisedaabout BlackRock's $13.5 billion acquisition of Barclays' investment unit.