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[News] [OT] Bank of America Sued for $1,784,000,000,000,000,000,000,000

  • Subject: [News] [OT] Bank of America Sued for $1,784,000,000,000,000,000,000,000
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 29 Sep 2009 23:24:39 +0100
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Bank of America Sued for 1,784 Sextillion Dollars

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| Assuming that the second comma is a typo, and that Chiscolm 
| actually demanded 1,784 billion trillion dollars, to my 
| knowledge that is at least a new record for stupidly large 
| lawsuit demands.  In 2008, someone sued the federal government 
| for more than three quadrillion dollars, but a quadrillion is 
| only a thousand trillion.  These days, maybe that just doesn't 
| seem like a lot of money to people.


Why the USA Economy Crashes, Bail Outs, Money & Inflation


Goldman Sachs was Barack Obamaâs âNo. 1 private contributor

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| Weâll let you draw your own conclusions on their debate. We 
| wanted to check Mooreâs statement about Obamaâs contributors 
| and the financial services firm Goldman Sachs.


An Inside Look at How Goldman Sachs Lobbies the Senate

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| I was so sure that I was missing something that I started 
| asking around. âIf you are confused, you are not alone,â one 
| economist wrote back to me. âI have no idea why they are 
| conflating short selling and naked short selling.  Members of 
| Congress are probably confused as well.â



Citigroup, Microsoft to take on finance website

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| Citigroup has formed a venture with Microsoft Corp to
| compete with Mint.com, the personal-finance website that
| Intuit Inc agreed to buy last week for $170 million (Dh624
| million), people familiar with the matter said.
| [...]
| After last year's $45 billion bailout, Pandit may have to
| justify the cost of each project, said Thomas Noyes, who
| until 2007 headed Citigroup's international Internet and
| mobile-banking businesses.

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