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Morgan Stanley wins with losses
Reporting a loss of $0.38 a share was in fact a gain for Morgan Stanley
Express Scripts to buy Medco for $29 billion
In one of the largest deals of the year, Express Scripts
Apple is a hoarder
We all wish we had Apple's
Meanwhile in Greece
After calling an emergency summit, European leaders agreed they are now willing to let Greece default temporarily under a crisis response plan. The plan will allow the European Financial Stability Facility rescue fund to take precautionary measures with earlier loans, recapitalize banks, and intervene in the secondary bond market. The new Greek bailout would be around 115 billion euros and its payback period could be extended to 15 years. Greek bankers and officials from banks holding large amounts of Greek debt, including Deutsche Bank
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