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  • Takeover deals pick up as execs get bolder

     
    The stabilizing economy and rising stock market are spurring a budding recovery in the previously lifeless corporate merger market. In another sign that executives are feeling confident enough to greenlight big deals, Dell Inc. on Monday said it agreed...
  • Pasadena office tower sold in what may be county's largest deal this year

     
    Local and Asian investors bought a prominent Pasadena office complex for $52 million in what may be the largest office property sale of the year in Los Angeles County, a real estate brokerage said today. The 11-story tower at 2......
  • First wave of investor orders claims 60% of state note sale

     
    Yield-hungry individual investors are lining up, as expected, for California???s sale of $8.8 billion in short-term debt this week. The state already has orders for nearly 60% of the total dollar volume of securities it plans to sell, according to......
  • State tells investors to expect yields on debt sale at low end of range

     
    Strong investor demand for California???s $8.8-billion debt sale this week will keep the state???s interest cost on the money at the low end of the expected range, Treasurer Bill Lockyer said Tuesday. Brokerages had orders from individual investors for...
  • Why investors are balking at IPOs of new vulture mortgage funds

     
    Tom Barrack is considered one of the savviest commercial real estate investors of the last 20 years. But his bid to lure public investors to join with him fell far short Wednesday. Barrack, the 62-year-old founder of L.A.-based real estate......
  • SEC a sloth on crime? Not in this case

     
    The Securities and Exchange Commission, forever criticized for being too slow to ferret out Wall Street crime, reacted with lightning speed this week to signs of insider trading ahead of a big merger deal. The agency today charged a Texas......
  • Popular Korean food maker buys Gardena building

     
    Korean food company Ottogi America Inc., known for its instant noodles and curry dishes, bought a new industrial building in Gardena for $5.2 million, a real estate brokerage said today. Ottogi purchased the 41,000-square-foot building at 1650 W. El...
  • For many, bonds vs. stocks is no contest

     
    The numbers showing inflows and outflows of money in the mutual fund industry over the last few months tell us two things: First, the typical American investor won???t be at all surprised if the stock market takes a dive. Second,......
  • Quarterly stock market scorecard: Gains all around, doubts at the end

     
    The stock market posted its seventh straight monthly gain in September, though it closed out the last day of the third quarter with modest losses amid fresh doubts about the economic recovery. The Dow Jones industrial average fell 29.92 points,......
  • Luxury Car Sales Rebound in September

     
    Do you ever watch the business news and wonder who???s making money in the stock market when most people you know are cutting back? Inexplicably, luxury automakers saw sales bounce back in September. While sales of Toyota were down 19%......
  • California muni bond sale sees weak initial orders

     
    California???s infrastructure-bond sale this week isn???t off to a strong start -- a sign many investors are unimpressed with municipal bonds after the latest steep drop in market yields. I noted in this post that the state???s first sale of......