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  • TARP's bank bailout program nears break-even point with latest repayment

    The program under the $700-billion financial bailout package that pumped money into banks moved closer to break-even Wednesday as another large financial institution repaid its cash infusion. The Treasury Department announced that Fifth Third Bancorp had fully
  • 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...

    Fifth Third Bancorp offers customers free help on finding a job

     Fifth Third Bancorp offers customers free help on finding a job
    Now customers at Fifth Third Bancorp can get free tips on finding a job at the bank's website at The bank along with NextJob, a nationwide reemployment solutions company, created  the multi-media Job Seeker's Toolkit to help customers brush up...

    Stress Tests Show Biggest Banks Still Need Money

    Stress Tests Show Biggest Banks Still Need Money
    WASHINGTON (AP) - Some of the nation's biggest banks don't have enough money to survive a deep recession. That's what the preliminary findings from the Treasury Department "stress tests" show. The official report will be released Thursday afternoon....

    Supreme Court to decide whether employees can sue over 401(k) losses

    WASHINGTON — The U.S. Supreme Court said Friday that it would decide whether employees who suffer big losses in retirement accounts can sue their company if it encouraged them to invest in the company's shaky stock. The justices will try to...