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  • Bank of America earnings tumble 43% on mortgage litigation costs

    Bank of America Corp.'s second-quarter earnings plunged 43% as the nation's second-largest bank recorded 4 billion additional reasons to regret its 2008 purchase of high-risk home lender Countrywide Financial Corp. in Calabasas. Bank of America said...
  • Online home-furnishings retailer Wayfair files for $350 million IPO

    Online home-furnishings retailer Wayfair Inc is seeking to raise $350 million in an initial public offering of its Class A common stock, the company said in a regulatory filing on Friday. The Boston-based company owns brands such as online flash sales...
  • Netflix Beats Amazon's Streaming Lineup for Top Movies, TV Shows: Report

    Netflix continues to outpace Amazon.com's subscription-video service on the content-licensing front, delivering substantially more of the top 50 movies and top 75 TV shows from the last few years, according to an analysis by Piper Jaffray & Co. "Relative...
  • Alibaba film unit says found possible accounting irregularities; halts shares

    Alibaba film unit says found possible accounting irregularities; halts shares
    HONG KONG (Reuters) - A media firm Alibaba Group Holding Ltd recently bought said on Friday a review of its finances revealed possible accounting irregularities, casting doubts on the Chinese e-commerce giant's due diligence as it prepares for a U.S....
  • S&P cuts SeaWorld credit rating amid orca controversy

    S&P cuts SeaWorld credit rating amid orca controversy
    Standard & Poor's lowered SeaWorld Entertainment's credit rating Thursday amid negative publicity over its treatment of killer whales. The move by the Wall Street rating company came one day after SeaWorld reported lower-than-expected earnings for the...
  • Speed is of the essence in IPO roadshow tour scramble

    LONDON (Reuters) - Going on the road isn't what it used to be for investment bankers hawking shares in companies seeking a stock market listing. Gone are the days of the private jet and the two-week carousel of five-star hotels in Europe and the United...
  • Katie Stanton to Replace Exiting Twitter Media Chief Chloe Sladden (Exclusive)

    Less than a month after the departure of Twitter Media chief Chloe Sladden, the social media giant has found her replacement. Katie Jacobs Stanton, previously vice president of international market development, will step into a new role as vice president...
  • What can be done with a giant, empty casino building?

    When Revel made its glittering debut two years ago, it was touted as bringing something unusual to this gambling town: a casino within a luxurious "lifestyle" resort. Its promise of glitz and prosperity is now dashed. What becomes now of the 6.3...
  • Standard & Poor's Lowers Ratings Of Phoenix Insurance Subsidiaries

    Standard & Poor's on Tuesday lowered its ratings on the financial strength of both Phoenix Life Insurance Co. and PHL Variable Insurance Co. from BB- to B+. The standard double-B, or BB, rating means a company is not so vulnerable in the near future, but...
  • Too-big-to-fail banks' living wills are inadequate, regulators say

    Too-big-to-fail banks' living wills are inadequate, regulators say
    Six years after the financial crisis, regulators said that 11 banks deemed too big to fail still have produced no workable procedures to help regulators shut them down should they ever reach the brink of failure. The Federal Reserve and the Federal...
  • Bear market seems unlikely as anxieties rattle investors

    Bear market seems unlikely as anxieties rattle investors
    Investors can't shake the jitters. After a brief calm in the stock market Monday in the wake of last week's sharp sell-off, investors turned squeamish about stocks again Tuesday and took cover in Treasury bonds. At one point, selling drove the Dow Jones...