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  • 200 million used Facebook 'Look Back' videos

    200 million used Facebook 'Look Back' videos
    Facebook celebrated its 10th anniversary last week by launching a feature called "Look Back" videos.  After around 200 million users jumped at the chance to create their own, Facebook is declaring the feature as a success.  Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook's...
  • What could happen if the U.S. defaults?

    What could happen if the U.S. defaults?
    NEW YORK – The prospect of a U.S. debt default has unnerved investors, corporate executives and foreign leaders. What's so troubling about Congress failing to raise the nation’s debt ceiling by Thursday? Here are basic facts about the debt...
  • Judge OKs $8.5-billion Bank of America mortgage settlement

     Judge OKs $8.5-billion Bank of America mortgage settlement
    NEW YORK — A New York state judge has approved nearly all of an $8.5-billion settlement between Bank of America and large investors who suffered losses in mortgage-backed bonds stemming from the housing meltdown. The settlement centers around...
  • Under Armour stock slips, but analysts still bullish on company's future

    Under Armour stock slips, but analysts still bullish on company's future
    Last Wednesday, at the company’s Investor Day, Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank ended his opening statement by urging those in attendance to clap if they felt so compelled. There were, indeed, moments that inspired people in the crowd to bring their...
  • Another insider-turned-author mines Goldman Sachs

    Another insider-turned-author mines Goldman Sachs
    Goldman Sachs is a sacred order, at least in the minds of some of its staff. "What Happened to Goldman Sachs" is the second book in 12 months from a former employee that accuses the bank's management of not being sufficiently devout. Steven Mandis,...
  • Coffee drinkers rejoice: Price of beans hits four-year low

    Coffee drinkers rejoice: Price of beans hits four-year low
    Cash-strapped consumers finally have some good news to toast -- perhaps with a steaming cup o' joe. The price of coffee beans hit a four-year low on Monday. Dry weather has improved growing conditions in Brazil, the world’s largest producer...
  • Democrats get it wrong, again

     Democrats get it wrong, again
    Last Sunday's edition had a couple of topics that merit responses. JP Morgan Chase's record $13 billion tentative settlement with the U.S. Justice Department concerning the alleged misrepresentation of residential mortgage-backed securities begs the...
  • Ted Cruz back in Iowa, where presidential dreams flourish and wither

    Ted Cruz back in Iowa, where presidential dreams flourish and wither
    Coincidence or not, Ted Cruz’s appearances in Iowa this weekend come as Texas’ tea party senator and his wife appeared to be trying to humanize the potential 2016 presidential candidate, who is both loved and hated, even among Republicans, for...
  • Twitter goes to Wall Street; CEO Dick Costolo wears blazer but no tie

    SAN FRANCISCO -- Twitter executives made an appearance Friday on Wall Street as they prepared to kick off a road show to pitch the company’s initial public offering to investors. As is traditional, Chief Executive Dick Costolo and finance chief...
  • Retail sales weak in advance of holiday season

    Retail sales weak in advance of holiday season
    Retailers had a shaky September, as lukewarm back-to-school shopping and a plunge in car purchases caused sales to slide from August, according to the government. Retail sales last month amounted to $425.9 billion, down 0.1% from August, the U.S. Census...
  • Things to know for Monday

    Things to know for Monday
    New attention is coming to the 2009 case of a programmer who was detained by the FBI and interrogated without an arrest warrant at the direct request of Goldman Sachs. Meanwhile, the BART commuter service is running -- for now -- in San Francisco after...