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Did Tea Party's Top Campaign Donors Tax Themselves?

Tea Party mega-donors poured hundreds of millions into the 2012 election, and one of their key goals was to keep taxes low for the rich. Had Romney won, their investments could have paid off mightily. Here's a look at how what they donated compares with what they'd have saved under Romney.

2012 Election: Which Industries Won When Obama Did

The election is over, and now, the many investors who were keeping a close eye on the polls know what they're getting (somewhat) in terms of the federal government for the next few years. Here's a look at 21 economic sectors, and what a second Obama term will mean for each of them.

Place Your Bets: Which Gambling Hot Spot Now Dwarfs Las Vegas?

If you thought Vegas was where the big gamblers went to play, you're behind the times. Sin City has been blown past by another exotic destination once infamous for corruption and mob activity. But you probably won't be heading there to play baccarat any time soon.

For Las Vegas Sands, the House Edge Is Global Reach

Las Vegas Sands benefits from being more geographically diversified than its major competitors. With a casino resort presence that spans the U.S., Macau and Singapore, LVS is a strong player that can ride out local downturns, and Trefis thinks its stock is undervalued by 10% to 15%.

Cash In on Asian Gambling With Shares of Las Vegas Sands

Singapore is expected to overtake South Korea and Australia this year to become the second-largest Asia-Pacific casino market behind reigning leader Macau. For U.S. investors looking to profit, Las Vegas Sands looks nicely positioned.

Week in Preview: Jobs, UPS Earnings and More

Will the stubbornly high unemployment rate fall at all? We'll find out whether when the January employment reports come out this week. Also worth watching for are a host of earnings reports, led by economic bellwhether UPS. The package deliverer is expected to post strong results.

Las Vegas Strip Has a Winning Streak in February

The Las Vegas gambling industry seems to have some fight left in it. Following a seemingly endless run of negative months, gambling revenues on the Las Vegas Strip jumped 33% in February to $568 million from $427.4 million a year ago, according to WHO TK. Casino operators have their Chinese patrons to thank for the fortunate turn of events.

Can New Index Beat a Chimp's Stock Picks?

Lusha the Russian chimp's stock picks have outperformed 94% of the country's investment funds. Inspired by Lusha, DailyFinance' Daniel Solin has created a benchmark stock index based on the letters of his last name. We'll track it over time to see if it beats expert brokers and fund managers.

Companies Most Likely to Default in 2010

The number of companies in danger of defaulting on their credit obligations will remain high in 2010 with a disproportionate number coming from the US and more than half concentrated in five key industries, according to a report from Standard & Poor%u2019s.