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  • Sears Holdings bags $625 million in rights offering

    Sears Holdings Corp. expects to receive the full $625 million it had targeted in a previously announced rights offering after the subscription period ended Tuesday evening with the offering oversubscribed, the retailer said. Hoffman Estates-based...
  • Will bobblehead museum get the nod? Kickstarter campaign raising funds

    MILWAUKEE Milwaukee may soon be the bobblehead capital of the world, if two local collectors of the little nodding dolls have their way. "Something big is coming to Milwaukee, a city rich with a passion for beer, baseball and bobbleheads," says the...
  • Wells Fargo unit to launch Europe infrastructure fund, target $1 billion

    LONDON (Reuters) - A unit of Wells Fargo is launching a European infrastructure debt fund with a target size of 750 million euros ($940 million) as pension funds look to longer term investments, the company said on Wednesday. The 15-year fund will invest...
  • Bank of England policymakers vote 7-2 to hold rates, with a 'material spread' of views

    LONDON, (Reuters) - Two Bank of England policymakers voted again for an increase in interest rates this month, and there was a "material spread of views" among the seven who opted to keep rates on hold. Wednesday's minutes of the Monetary Policy...
  • Retirement: reverse mortgages with a twist

    Chuck and Ellen Rooney originally set out to refinance the mortgage on their home in Decatur, Ga. But after talking with a reverse-mortgage adviser, the couple discovered that if they took a home-equity conversion mortgage (HECM) for purchase, they...
  • As debt piles up, Japan tries to lock in low borrowing costs

    TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan may borrow more debt over a longer horizon as the country steps up its already super-loose monetary policy to prop up economic growth and avoid slipping back into deflation. The plan is seen aimed at taking advantage of central...
  • South Africa's latest power struggle: unpaid bills

    SOWETO South Africa (Reuters) - Zodwa Madiba has not paid an electricity bill in 14 years and is resolute she never will, holding the ruling African National Congress (ANC) to vague promises made in the dying days of apartheid to provide free...
  • Iraq, Kurdish region implement deal on oil exports, salaries

    BAGHDAD (Reuters) - The government of Iraq and the semi-autonomous Kurdistan region have begun implementing a deal under which Baghdad resumes funding Kurdish civil servant salaries in return for a share of Kurdish oil exports, Iraq's finance minister...
  • Citi cuts around 35 jobs on London trading floor: sources

    LONDON (Reuters) - U.S. bank Citi has cut around 35 jobs across its capital markets trading operation in London, sources with knowledge of the changes said on Wednesday. The cuts, announced internally last month, were across all asset classes, the...
  • Web Winners: Millennials like saving, but are they doing it right?

    Retirement could be dicey for debt-laden and risk-averse millennials the generation that started coming of age around the turn of the century. But there's some hope. "Retirement coach" Jacob Gold writes in this USNews.com post that millennials looking at...
  • Hampton Roads transportation commission to meet on budget Thursday

    Members of the Hampton Roads Transportation Accountability Commission (HRTAC) could sign off on its proposed $1.4 million budget and nearly $1 billion in funding estimates for five of its large-scale regional road projects. The transportation...