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Companies lose billions buying back their own stock

Companies buying their own shares are losing money on these bets and are down a collective $126 billion over the past three years, a decline of 15 percent.

Putin’s ex-bodyguard turned governor recalls facing bear

President Vladimir Putin’s former bodyguard, who recently was appointed a regional governor, talks about saving Putin's life and sheds some details about the secretive Russian leader.

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White House goes all in on cyber in 2017 budget request

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