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    1. Publisher: thestar.com
      Buybacks are not productive investments.
      - In Why Some of the Biggest Companies in the U.S. are Announcing Buybacks
    2. Publisher: thestar.com
      If the company buys back a share of stock, they give the money to a shareholder.
      - In Why Some of the Biggest Companies in the U.S. are Announcing Buybacks
    3. Publisher: thestar.com
      Companies definitely seem to be planning to use a good amount of their tax savings to buy back stock.
      - In Why Some of the Biggest Companies in the U.S. are Announcing Buybacks
    4. Publisher: thestar.com
      Public firms started with $3.3 trillion in cash in 2007 and accumulated 50 per cent more cash over the next decade, ending with $4.9 trillion in the bank.
      - In Why Some of the Biggest Companies in the U.S. are Announcing Buybacks
    5. Publisher: thestar.com
      It's gone a long period now we've been in a bull market. And the best chance to deploy (cash) is when things are going down, obviously.
      - In Why Some of the Biggest Companies in the U.S. are Announcing Buybacks
    6. Publisher: thestar.com
      Saying only rich people hold stock ignores the fact that Individual Retirement Accounts and 401(k)s and government and union pension funds own stock.
      - In Why Some of the Biggest Companies in the U.S. are Announcing Buybacks
    7. Publisher: thestar.com
      If you're a taxpayer in Illinois, with its pensions deeply underwater, you better pray the stock market goes up.
      - In Why Some of the Biggest Companies in the U.S. are Announcing Buybacks
    8. Publisher: thestar.com
      Companies have dramatically boosted their earnings, not by selling more stuff, but by buying back stock.
      - In Why Some of the Biggest Companies in the U.S. are Announcing Buybacks
    9. Publisher: thestar.com
      Everybody would be screaming bloody murder if he started buying back at 1.5 book value.
      - In Why Some of the Biggest Companies in the U.S. are Announcing Buybacks
    10. Publisher: thestar.com
      The $50 billion buyback was clearly a very poorly timed share buyback.
      - In Why Some of the Biggest Companies in the U.S. are Announcing Buybacks
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