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  • DirecTV files FCC complaint against Tribune

     
    DirecTV and Tribune: In a complaint filed at the Federal Communications Commission, DirecTV accused Tribune of reneging on a deal that would have kept the latter's television stations on the satellite service....
  • Daily News Briefs: May 17, 2012

     
    New models will come fast and furious in the 2013-16 model years, according to Bank of America/Merrill Lynch's annual product pipeline analysis, dubbed the "Car Wars" report. Bank of America sees an above-average level of new model launches starting in......
  • Barclays Bank chairman resigns over rate-fixing scandal

     
    Marcus Agius, chairman of Barclays, one of Britain's biggest retail and investment banks, resigned after a week of turmoil in which Barclays and other leading banks were revealed to be involved in deceptively fixing the interest rate for interbank...
  • Facebook raises $500 million, worth valued at $50 billion; deal could push site public

     
    In a sign of its growing influence on Wall Street and the world stage, Facebook has raised $500 million from investment bank Goldman Sachs and Russian Internet investment firm Digital Sky Technologies in a deal that values the company at......
  • Schwab settles SEC case over troubled YieldPlus fund for $119 million

     
    Three years after a supposedly safe bond fund plunged in value, Charles Schwab Corp. agreed Tuesday to pay $119 million to settle a government lawsuit accusing it of misleading investors about the risks. Schwab aggressively marketed its YieldPlus bond...
  • Facebook raises $1.5 billion, about $1 billion of it overseas, will share financials by April 2012

     
    Facebook said Friday that it raised $1.5 billion in funding, but only about $1 billion of it came from overseas investors. Facebook also said it will being reporting financial information publicly by April 2012 at the latest....
  • MICG CEO Martinovich denies defrauding Newport News investor

    MICG CEO Martinovich denies defrauding Newport News investor
    NEWPORT NEWS — Jeffrey A. Martinovich, the CEO of the shuttered financial services firm MICG Investment Management LLC, denies defrauding a Newport News investor of more than $1 million and is demanding a jury trial, according to documents filed...
  • Court decision targets mystery closing fees

    A federal district court has handed down a ruling in a class action that could have a direct effect on the fees you pay to the real estate company at closing, whether as a buyer or seller. The decision targets one of the most common practices adopted...
  • Over a Dozen Wall Street Brokers Charged With Fraud

    Over a Dozen Wall Street Brokers Charged With Fraud
    Two owners and more than a dozen employees of a now-defunct Wall Street brokerage firm were indicted Wednesday on felony charges including enterprise corruption and grand larceny. Prosecutors say the firm, Joseph Stevens & Co. Inc., owned by Joseph...
  • BASD advised to get out of unconventional bonds

    Two independent financial experts told the Bethlehem Area School Board Monday it should get out of some of its unconventional and controversial bonds that are causing taxpayers to drown in debt in the worldwide financial meltdown. But taxpayers will have...
  • 'Our cash cow died on us'

    About two decades ago, regional and suburban school districts across the Lehigh Valley area began using unconventional and controversial bond transactions to pay for building renovations and new schools. During the same time, the Allentown School...