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Now here's your Fox Business -- Goldman Sachs turning every emails this weekend revealing how it made money during the mortgage market's collapse.
Goldman was selling mortgage backed investments to clients when the housing market began to crumble Goldman shorted those investments.
There will be a senate hearing on this tomorrow.
A big car rental business deal that hurts buying dollar thrifty Hertz paying one point 27 billion dollars in cash and stock.
That amounts to about 41 dollars a share about five and a half percent premium for dollar thrifty shareholders -- says it plans to keep the dollar and -- brands.
And the Supreme Court -- this morning to decide whether California is allowed to ban violent video games to children.
A lower court said the law violated miners' rights under the First Amendment the law would have prohibited the sale or renting of such games to minors as well as creating stricter labeling requirements.
Here's a look at the US markets at 10:32 AM eastern time for all the -- business stories log on to foxbusiness.com.
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