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Harbour Group to sell Lincoln Industrial – report

Harbour Group to sell Lincoln Industrial – report CHICAGO, Sept 18 (Reuters) – Harbour Group, a privately held investment company, plans to sell Lincoln Industrial Corp, and hopes to attract interest from Ingersoll-Rand , Parker Hannifin and Idex Corp, according to a report on Bloomberg’s website. Read more on Reuters via Yahoo! Singapore News Money [...]

Lincoln Town Car Creates An Impression

The demarcation between ultra well-off individuals and their exact opposites can easily be ascertained by just looking at their cars. Billionaires own the most expensive cars in the world, which only a chosen few can afford. They flaunt it to awestruck other car fanatics. But, there are several exceptions; one of them is Warren Edward [...]

Learn About Lincoln Town Car Transmission Problems!

In case you are having issues with your Lincoln Town Car, you have to read this article. The Town Car is a terrific vehicle, but transmission problems have occurred with this vehicle in the past and are expensive to repair. Don’t have to pay 1000s of dollars to repair your Lincoln, read this article to [...]

Sens. Dodd, Lincoln issue letter easing worries on Buffett Wall Street provision

Sens. Dodd, Lincoln issue letter easing worries on Buffett Wall Street provision Democrats have taken steps to ease concerns raised by Warren Buffett about Wall Street reform’s impact on existing derivatives. Read more… Read more on The Hill

Compromise on Lincoln Swaps Desk Bill Seals Regulatory Reform Deal

Compromise on Lincoln Swaps Desk Bill Seals Regulatory Reform Deal Senator Blanche Lincoln credited common sense for helping forge a compromise on her tough proposal to force banks to spin off their swap trading operations, allowing them to retain the bulk of their books but bar them trading commodities, equity and credit default swaps. Read [...]

Frank Says Lincoln Derivatives Measure ‘Goes Too Far’ (Update1)

Frank Says Lincoln Derivatives Measure ‘Goes Too Far’ (Update1) May 25 (Bloomberg) — U.S. Representative Barney Frank , who will lead congressional talks to produce a financial-regulation bill, said Senate language that would require commercial banks to wall off their swaps-trading operations “goes too far.” Read more on Bloomberg

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