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“Pitt, who stars in "Moneyball" which opens Friday, has been in damage control following an interview with Parade magazine published on Sunday in which he referred to his five-year marriage to the former "Friends" star as "pathetic.”
“Thursday's Italian 12-month Treasury bill auction was seen as relatively successful but Deutsche Bank said all eyes will be on Monday's longer-term five-year auction.”
“We believe Tim Cook will carry out a long-term five-year roadmap that he and Jobs jointly established, including several iterations of Apple's existing products as well as new categories, like an Apple Television as soon as late 2012," Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster wrote in a research note.”
“Thursday's Italian 12-month Treasury bill auction was seen as relatively successful but Deutsche Bank said investors will be awaiting the results of Monday's longer-term five-year auction.”
“Robert created a long-term five-year plan that fused his personal goals with the organization’s needs.”
“The five-year credit-default swap spread on Greek government debt moved 0.1 percentage point wider to 9.55 percentage points; it now costs $955,000 a year to insure $10 million in Greek five-year bonds against default, according to data provider Markit.”
“Most armed robberies come with mandatory prison terms five-year minimums in most jurisdictions and are first degree offenses, meaning Scott, is facing up to twenty years in prison on each count.”
“The so-called five-year, five-year forward break-even rate, which projects what the pace of consumer-price increases will be for the five-year period starting in 2016, is below the 2.83 percent average since August 2007, the start of the credit crisis.”
“We support one law for everyone," the platform warns, referring to the five-year dispute with Native protesters at Caledonia and cigarette smuggling and illegal manufacturing by First Nations.”
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