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  • Planning a vacation in 2011? Expect to pay more

    Planning a vacation in 2011? Expect to pay more
    Americans are venturing out again as they start to shake off the recession. That may be good for their spirits, but it's bad for their bank accounts. As more people travel, flights, cruises and hotel rooms get more expensive. Expect to pay more for your...
  • "Franklin Delano Roosevelt" by Alan Brinkley

    "Franklin Delano Roosevelt" by Alan Brinkley
    "Franklin Delano Roosevelt" By Alan Brinkley Oxford University Press, $12.95, 129 pages FDR At a time of crisis in the American economy, one critic of federal programs charges the administration with stumbling "into philosophies which lead to the...
  • Stock buybacks fall for second consecutive quarter

    Stock buybacks fall for second consecutive quarter
    American companies are getting a bit hesitant about buying back their own stock. Share repurchases by large companies fell in the first three months of this year, the second consecutive quarter of declining buybacks, according to Standard & Poor’...
  • AIG, Ally and GM CEO pay frozen at 2011 levels: Treasury

    AIG, Ally and GM CEO pay frozen at 2011 levels: Treasury
    Compensation for chief executives at AIG, Ally Financial and GM -- all of which received exceptional TARP assistance during the financial meltdown -- is being frozen at last year's levels, the Treasury Department said. The ruling from Patricia Geoghegan,...
  • A conversation with Oliver Stone

     
    Oliver Stone talked to us Thursday, the day before his new film "Money Never Sleeps," hit theaters, for a story about his complicated relationship with Wall Street. This being Oliver Stone, though, he talked about a lot more than just......
  • Wall Street Roundup: Pension inquiry plea, Lehman fallout for one Californian

     
    AIG exit. The board of American International Group is set to meet later Wednesday to devise a plan for the government to quickly exit its stake in the company. Wall Street layoffs. The hedge fund firm DE Shaw is making......
  • Tull gets control of Legendary Pictures in buyout of original investors

     
    Thomas Tull is taking control of Legendary Pictures. The chairman of the film financing and production company has quietly led a buyout of its original investors in order to more directly steer an expansion into video games, digital media and......
  • Social media wrap: Employment sentiment 'bounce' too late for Dems?

     
    Two prominent national polls show a positive turn in economic outlook, but what does that mean for the November midterms? The answer lies in another poll....
  • Movie Review: Client 9, The Rise and Fall of Eliot Spitzer

     
    Alex Gibney's “Client 9: The Rise and Fall of Eliot Spitzer,” is on firm and infuriating ground when it puts forward the idea that the one guy who was going something about Wall Street BEFORE the Great Recession was Elliot Spitzer. The one-...
  • PrimeLending to pay $2 million to settle Justice Department racial-bias case

     
    A large Texas mortgage lender with operations across much of the nation has agreed to pay $2 million to borrowers to resolve Justice Department allegations that it discriminated against African Americans from 2006 through 2009. PrimeLending, a...
  • Business travel prices close to pre-recession levels

     
    The rates hotels and airlines charge business travelers are close to returning to pre-recession levels, a report by American Express Business Travel concluded Thursday. In the latest sign that business travel is on the rebound, the report by the...