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Obama Makes Big Money With Wall Street Speeches

Bloomberg reports on 3, with his going rate about $400K per speech

(Newser) - Barack Obama took flak earlier this year when it emerged that he would collect a handsome $400,000 fee for speaking at an event for investment bank Cantor Fitzgerald. It appears that the criticism isn't fazing him much. Bloomberg reports on two more Wall Street speeches for the former...

9/11 Victim's Name Misspelled on Memorial

Family of Jeffrey Schreier finds typo

(Newser) - The engravers at the new 9/11 memorial in New York City aren't quite done: The family of victim Jeffrey Schreier has discovered that his name was spelled incorrectly, reports the New York Post . It reads "Jeffery" instead of "Jeffrey." Schreier was one of the Cantor Fitzgerald...

Mystery Cloaks Loss of Records, Art on 9/11

Archivists still not sure how much was lost in Sept. 11 attacks

(Newser) - Among the casualties of the Sept. 11 attacks: countless artworks and historical records. Among the wreckage were 21 libraries, letters written by Helen Keller, sculptures by Auguste Rodin and Alexander Calder, and 40,000 photographic negatives taken of John F. Kennedy by his personal cameraman, reports the AP in a...

Like a Movie's Chances? Now You Can Bet on It

First futures market for films about to begin

(Newser) - 3D isn’t the only immersive movie experience out there—soon, filmgoers will be able to play Hollywood mogul and bet on box office in the nation’s first film industry futures exchange. Cantor Futures, expected to gain regulatory approval next month, will allow anyone to buy contracts starting at...

Cantor Cuts Ties to eSpeed, BGC
Cantor Cuts Ties to eSpeed, BGC

Cantor Cuts Ties to eSpeed, BGC

Bond trading firm moves to settle conflict-of-interest complaints of investors

(Newser) - Cantor Fitzgerald, following conflict-of-interest complaints from investors, is planning to distance itself from the brokerage and online trading firms it controls. The deal will create a new company, a merger of eSpeed and BGC Partners. 

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