Why Joe Biden is wrong about private equity execs FORTUNE — Private equity executives and plumbers. In an obvious shot at Republican presidential candidate and Bain Capital chief Mitt Romney, Vice President Joe Biden said a few weeks back that they’re equally prepared to be President — which is to ... 06/18/2012 - 12:11 pm | View Link
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Biden: Private equity is no more of a W.H. qualification than plumbing Vice President Joe Biden offered a defense Tuesday of the Obama ... some Democrats -- about its attacks on Romney's decades of work as a private equity executive at Bain Capital, and Biden joined President Obama in sharpening the line of argument to ... 05/22/2012 - 8:00 am | View Link
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Less than a week after Zayn Malik announced he was leaving One Direction, we already have a taste of what his solo career might sound like
Naughty Boy, a producer who worked with Sam Smith on his breakout album In the Lonely Hour, released Malik's demo "I Won't Mind" on Twitter
See also: The Internet is flooded with crying teens because Zayn left One Direction
It's a soulful acoustic jam, but whatever promise of a solo career it might indicate has been completely overshadowed by Twitter drama
It started when Naughty Boy tweeted a video claiming that "Naught Boy saved Zaughty."
“@naughtyboymus: The truth pic.twitter.com/NnMlFjuAk5” @bestdittyvideos
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