Citigroup's private bank pulling money from SAC Capital: WSJ
NEW YORK - Citigroup Inc's private bank is withdrawing its $187 million investment from SAC Capital Advisors LP, the latest of several client redemptions at the hedge fund firm, the Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday, citing people familiar with the matter.
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'Sesame Street' and the 99%
Thursday, October 4, 2012 - 01:51 The puppet cast of the children's TV show "Sesame Street" represents a cross section of American voters -- from the orphan child Big Bird to the independently wealthy Bert and Ernie to the homeless Oscar the Grouch. Just like that, Big Bird was a new Internet superstar. Twitter reported 17,000 Big Bird tweets a minute last night during the Presidential debate, many asking whether the 8-foot-tall yellow thing is in the 99 percent or maybe the 47 percent. In fact, take a look at the entire cast of characters from Sesame Street and it reveals a real cross-section of American voters. Oscar the Grouch The garbage-can dwelling resident on "Sesame Street," Oscar the Grouch, is probably the most representative of the 99 percent. He's obviously poor, but seems pretty content as he's able to get by on scavanging for food and other objects. While Oscar lives in a trash can, he has managed to acquire two beat-up cars: an old, broken-down taxi and a car called the "Sloppy ...