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  • Lankford Wins Oklahoma U.S. Senate Republican Contest

    U.S. Representative James Lankford won a Republican primary for an open U.S. Senate seat in Oklahoma, one of the nation’s most conservative states.

  • Singapore Billionaire Bets Big on Energy in Africa, Asia

    In September 2007, almost a year after New Zealand–born billionaire Richard Chandler founded investment firm Orient Global in Singapore, he made a rare appearance at a forum on social responsibility. Abandoning his penchant for privacy, Chandler outlined the link between giving and investing.

  • Thailand Risks Inheriting Asia’s Sick-Man Tag on Unrest: Economy

    Thailand, once prized in Southeast Asia for its relative economic stability, is in danger of inheriting the “Sick Man of Asia” tag as the latest coup threatens to send investors scurrying toward once-riskier neighbors such as the Philippines and Myanmar.

  • Duke Chief Answers Critics After Coup at Biggest Utility

    Jim Rogers is sitting in his sleek, modern office on the 48th floor of the Duke Energy Center in Charlotte, North Carolina, explaining how, after a merger capped off by an 11th-hour management coup, he remains chief executive officer of the largest electric utility in the U.S. He wonders aloud whether to enliven the account with a metaphor about soured romance.

  • Jim Rogers Bullish on Water-Tech Investments, Russian Ruble

    Jim Rogers, who co-founded the Quantum Fund with George Soros in the 1970s, is exploring the world for investments in water technology.

  • Investor Jim Rogers Says Gold Needs Correction, Isn’t Buying Yet

    Gold, which tumbled into a bear market last week, is in need of a correction, according to investor Jim Rogers, who said that he’s not buying the commodity yet as it hasn’t dropped enough.

  • Jim Rogers Says Dollar Is Long-Term ‘Total Disaster’

    The U.S. dollar is going to be a “total disaster” in the long term because of the country’s position as the world’s largest debtor and the policies being pursued by Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke, according to investor Jim Rogers .

  • Fed's Bernanke `Doesn't Understand' Economics, Jim Rogers Says

    Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke’s decision to pump a further $600 billion into the economy shows his grasp of economics is weak, said investor Jim Rogers , chairman of Rogers Holdings.

  • Jim Rogers' Boardroom Coup and the New Carbon Rules

    During the fireworks and record heat of Independence Week, Duke Energy closed its $26 billion merger with rival Progress Energy, creating the nation’s largest electric utility. Progress CEO William D. Johnson was to lead the expanded company—but just hours after the deal closed, the Board hastily installed Duke chairman and CEO James E. Rogers as chief executive of the merged company.

  • Investor Jim Rogers Says Yuan's Revaluation a Question of `When' Not 'If'

    China will let the yuan appreciate and the currency’s revaluation was a question on “when” and not “if,” Jim Rogers, Singapore-based chairman of Rogers Holdings, told Bloomberg Television today.

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