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U.S. Morning Call: Santorum sweeps 3 states, blow to Romney

Wednesday, February 08, 2012 - 02:07

Feb. 8 - Former U.S. senator Rick Santorum wins the Republican primaries in Colorado, Minnesota and Missouri, dealing a blow to wounded front-runner Mitt Romney.

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Here's my confidence Wednesday quick guess who won three Republican presidential contest Tuesday night Mitt Romney Newt Gingrich. Now you'd be -- The answer Rick Santorum a former Pennsylvania senator honey and bursting caucuses in Minnesota and Colorado and non binding vote in misery. Romney actually felt -- third in Minnesota behind Santorum and Ron Paul. Santorum has now won four of the eight contests overall Romney. Three however Romney still has a tremendous edge in terms of fundraising and organization. Pay -- and now -- claw backs on Wall Street Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs saying managers are on the hook for misdeeds by their underlings. The Wall Street Journal reporting that brokerages clarified their policies and filings this year to say that managers. Could lose money if their employees significantly hurt the firm's business or reputation. The news comes as a result of a settlement with New York city's comptroller. Who claimed proxy fight on the issue. More changes -- chairman -- both Scott who famously hired former CEO Carol Bartz over the phone last year and three other directors are stepping down. Veterans and IBM and eBay among those placing them. The struggling Internet firm like Los. Founder Jerry Yang last month is still discussing selling its stake in China's Alibaba Group and Yahoo! Japan as -- CEO Scott Thompson continues. To make his mark on the company. Halliburton has become the latest corporate customers switched to I found the oil services firm says it will ditch rim Blackberry -- to the apple product widgets that is better for it needs. It Nat. Credit Suisse and Barclays Capital are among the other firms recently started issuing those employees or allowed workers to use them on the corporate networks. Stocks to watch today include Time Warner and media giant just posting quarterly revenue that topped expectations. And -- the Dow component reporting profit that beat expectations on revenue that -- because of poor quarter for its movie idea. That's morning obvious -- -- Jen Rogers this is writers.

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U.S. Morning Call: Santorum sweeps 3 states, blow to Romney

Wednesday, February 08, 2012 - 02:07