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  • Wall St feels tightening fed grip

     
    by Frank James The not-so-invisible-hand of Washington reached out on Sunday and snatched the last two remaining big Wall Street investment banking firms into the world of increased federal regulation with the announcement that Morgan Stanley and...
  • Treasury hires bank to manage bailout

     
    by James Oliphant The Treasury Department Tuesday announced that it has selected Bank of New York Mellon to implement the administration's "rescue plan" to bolster distressed financial institutions. The department hired the New York City-based firm Monday...
  • Bankers say they 'get it' on bailout

     
    by Frank James Vikram Pandit, Citigroup's chief executive officer, is really, really sorry his company was going to buy that French-made private jet and it won't happen again. Pandit told lawmakers at a House hearing today: Mr. Chairman, the......
  • The dollar's in the dumpster, and nobody's worried -- for now

     
    "A strong dollar is in America???s best interest," the Bush and Obama administrations have repeatedly assured us. And yet for most of this decade the dollar has been sliding. Now, the greenback again is one of the world???s currency weaklings.......
  • Hypocrisy Watch: Michael Moore's 'Capitalism' premieres in N.Y.'s biggest capitalist oasis

     
    The Wall Street Journal's sharp-eyed Deal Journal, which keeps track of the ups and downs of our most eminent corporate dealmakers, took time out this week to attend the New York premiere of Michael Moore's "Capitalism: A Love Story." As......
  • U.S. appeals court upholds convictions of animal-rights activists charged under terrorism statute

     
    A U.S. appeals court upheld the convictions of animal-rights activists charged under a terrorism statute with using their Web site to incite threats and vandalism against a company that tests products on animals....
  • European bond yields dive again as crisis fears ease

     
    European markets rally despite disappointment the ECB didn't take stronger steps to help bolster the financial system...
  • Bank is going after Dorworth’s house again

     
    By Rene Stutzman, Orlando Sentinel   The mortgage company that loaned $1.5 million to Chris Dorworth, the Lake Mary Republican who's slated to become Speaker of the Florida House, is once again moving to take away his Heathrow mansion. After suing him for...
  • The Morning Fix: Snookie on the SAT? Rupert Murdoch's deal with daughter challenged. USA gets new presidents.

     
    After the coffee. Before steering clear of leprechauns. The Skinny: I always thought St. Patrick's Day was amateur hour, which is why you'll never see me drinking green beer. Instead I'll be watching basketball and trying to make you think......
  • Time for banks to resume shareholder dividends?

     
    Several big banks familiar on the California retail scene -- including Wells Fargo, Chase and US Bank -- may soon be deemed strong enough to pay out more of their profits to shareholders. It will be interesting to see how......
  • Shareholders sue Rupert Murdoch, News Corp. over Shine acquisition

     
    News Corp. shareholders have sued Chief Executive Rupert Murdoch and the company over plans to acquire a London-based television production company owned by the senior executive's daughter. In the suit filed Wednesday in a Delaware court, the...