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  1. How Bernie Sanders Has Avoided Big Money (Mostly)

    Bernie Sanders hasn't entirely avoided PACs with his fundraising, but he has gotten ...
  2. Bernie Sanders: Socialist or Liberal?

    Sanders' pitch centers on economic inequality in the U.S., which is both more severe ...
  3. Does Big Money Hurt or Help Clinton and Rubio?

    Marco Rubio and Hillary Clinton lead their parties in raising money from Wall Street. ...
  4. Clinton Vs. Sanders: Comparing Healthcare Proposals

    Find out the main differences in health care proposals presented by 2016 presidential ...
  5. Clinton or Cruz: The President for Your Pocketbook

    Tuesday's Iowa caucuses kicked off presidential primary season and offered a couple ...
  6. Trump vs. Bloomberg: How They Compare

    If Bloomberg enters the presidential race how will he compare to billionaire brethren ...
  1. Which GOP candidate brings what to the table? ...

    What are the major GOP presidential candidates' economic plans and how do they differ?
  2. Carly Fiorina Biography

    Carly Fiorina is an American businesswoman, and former CEO of technology giant Hewlett ...
  3. Whose Money Keeps the Republican Party Rolling ...

    We'll take a look at largest Republican donors, a collection of moguls, magnates, ...
  4. A CEO as U.S. President: What's the Disconnect? ...

    Can business leaders effectively lead the country's highest office? Next year may ...
  5. Will Donald Trump Take Donations for His Campaign?

    Will Donald Trump's billions net him the Republican nomination, or will he need the ...
  1. Kevin O'Leary Biography

    Kevin O'Leary is a television personality, businessman and investor from Canada. ...
  2. Carly Fiorina Biography

    Carly Fiorina is an American businesswoman, and former CEO of technology giant Hewlett ...
  1. Members Of Congress With The Highest Net Worth

    Members of Congress make much more than the average American citizen. Here are the ...
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