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Carolyn Mathas
10/27/2011 05:05 PM EDT

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twcckuo
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twcckuo   11/11/2011 8:45:48 AM
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$146 billion? No way. $1.46 billion is more like it.

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Barton.Meeks   10/28/2011 1:52:42 PM
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Yeah, the first alternate source I checked said "around 1.5 billion".

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Snake_Pliskan   10/28/2011 1:25:10 PM
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146 billion is low? Find the decimal point that is floating around on copy desk, add it to the article and then ask again.

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