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  • Carol Loomis
    Carol Loomis
    American financial journalist 1929-
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    A buyback is itself a special kind of acquisition, made at prices that are typically a bargain compared with those a company must pay for an outside purchase.
  • Andy Hertzfeld
    Andy Hertzfeld
    American software engineer and innovator 1953-
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    But typically for a project like the Mac, the size we had was pretty good. And it has different stages. The team grows as you have to write manuals and do testing... though the Mac had no formal testing.
  • Bill Gross
    Bill Gross
    American investor, fund manager, and philanthropist 1944-
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    Companies typically borrow money at less than their return on equity and therefore compound their return at the expense of lenders.
  • Ben Bernanke
    Ben Bernanke
    American economist 1953-
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    Consumers going through foreclosure typically will see their credit scores drop, raising longer-term questions about their ability to rebound financially and perhaps pursue a more sustainable home purchase at some later point.
  • Beau Willimon
    Beau Willimon
    American playwright and screenwriter 1977-
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    Film is much more visual, a scene is typically a lot shorter, you're dealing with a lot more characters, a lot more locations, and you're able to rely on things that you just can never do on the stage.
  • Barry Ritholtz
    Barry Ritholtz
    American author and newspaper columnist
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    Hedge funds are not especially liquid. Many are 'gated' - meaning there are only small windows when you can withdraw your money. They typically have a high minimum investment and often require investors keep their money in the fund for at least one year.
  • Bryce Dallas Howard
    Bryce Dallas Howard
    American actress and filmmaker 1981-
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    Joss Whedon is a hero of mine, and what he's done for women in film and television, particularly when it comes to writing female roles that would typically go to a man, is awesome.
  • Brendan I. Koerner
    Brendan I. Koerner
    American author 1974-
    Brendan I. Koerner
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    Most of the American skyjackers who fled abroad eventually elected to return to the United States, having tired of life on the lam. These homecomings typically involved prearranged surrenders to the FBI, in the hopes of earning lenient sentences.
  • Berkeley Breathed
    Berkeley Breathed
    American cartoonist, director and screenwriter 1957-
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    Such is the nature of comic strips. Once established, their half-life is usually more than nuclear waste. Typically, the end result is lazy, rich cartoonists.
  • Billy Crudup
    Billy Crudup
    American actor 1968-
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    The characters that I'm typically drawn to are sensitive men who are experiencing some sense of identity crisis or growth in their life that they don't know how to overcome.
  • Ben Bernanke
    Ben Bernanke
    American economist 1953-
    Ben Bernanke
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    The Federal Reserve can only buy Treasuries and agencies, and moreover quantitative easing typically involves buying longer-term Treasuries and agencies in terms of bills, for example.
  • Billy Crudup
    Billy Crudup
    American actor 1968-
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    There's exceptional work being done on television. Some of our great writers are writing for television. When you have things to choose from, you typically go after the writing - unless you're going after the money. There are fewer opportunities in film to make money with good writing, unless you're an action hero.
  • Barry Ritholtz
    Barry Ritholtz
    American author and newspaper columnist
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    To know whether stocks are cheap or pricey, we typically look at price-to-earnings ratio. Valuation is a tougher question than many folks realize.
  • Ludwig Wittgenstein
    Ludwig Wittgenstein
    Austrian - English philosopher 1889-1951
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    Our civilization is characterized by the word ''progress.'' Progress is its form rather than making progress being one of its features. Typically it constructs. It is occupied with building an ever more complicated structure. And even clarity is sought only
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