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  • J.C. Penney defends itself amid financing speculation

    J.C. Penney publicly defended its trajectory Thursday after watching its stock plunge amid speculation that it needed another financing boost. In a statement, the retailer said it is “pleased with its progress thus far in the company’s...
  • Wells Fargo galloped ahead of Wal-Mart in corporate giving in 2012

    San Francisco-based Wells Fargo & Co. topped the ranks of corporate giving in 2012, climbing ahead of Wal-Mart Stores Inc., according to a new survey of 100 companies released Sunday by the Chronicle of Philanthropy. Wells Fargo gave away $315.8 million...
  • Many California regional banks report profit as economy improves

    Many California regional banks report profit as economy improves
    Megabanks aren't the only financial firms to meet or beat expectations this earnings season. Many California regional banks are reporting stronger earnings and putting new loans on their books, thanks to the improving economy and progress in dealing...
  • CBS and Time Warner Cable square off. Darnell lands at Warner Bros.

    CBS and Time Warner Cable square off. Darnell lands at Warner Bros.
    After the coffee. Before sending a check to Detroit. The Skinny: Although I consider D.C. home, I was actually born and spent my early youth drinking pop (what you folks call soda) in Detroit and am saddened by Motor City's filing for bankruptcy. At...
  • Stocks boosted by strong profit reports from Wall Street banks

    Stocks boosted by strong profit reports from Wall Street banks
    NEW YORK — Investors pushed major U.S. indexes to a fresh round of all-time highs this week after strong profit reports from Wall Street banks were seen as another sign that the economy is improving. Citigroup Inc., Goldman Sachs and Morgan...
  • A gripping account of the scandal that ruined hedge fund Galleon

    In April 2004, Rajat Gupta gave a talk at Columbia University. One student asked the former global managing director of McKinsey & Co. for his views on money and wealth creation. "Yeah, I am driven by money....  However much you say that you will...
  • Consumers will spend $285 on average for back-to-school

    Consumers will spend $285 on average for back-to-school
    Consumers plan to spend an average of several hundred dollars to upward of $600 getting kids ready for school, and plenty aren't waiting until August, the busiest back-to-school spending period. The National Retail Federation expects families with...
  • Deals of the day -- mergers and acquisitions

    July 25 (Reuters) - The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2000 GMT on Thursday: ** Dell Inc founder Michael Dell raised his $24.4 billion bid by less than 1 percent just hours before it was to be put to a vote,...
  • Facing shareholder pressure, Emulex may cash in its chips

    Emulex Corp. in Costa Mesa designs and makes chips that help data move faster through computer servers and storage networks. The company's Ethernet and Fibre Channel products have been built into the server and storage products of such well-known...
  • Wall Street CEOs meet with Obama, warn of harm from debt-limit battle

    Wall Street CEOs meet with Obama, warn of harm from debt-limit battle
    WASHINGTON -- Top Wall Street chief executives met with President Obama on Wednesday and warned of severe economic consequences if the standoff over the federal budget and debt limit is not ended soon.  Goldman Sachs Chief Executive Lloyd Blankfein said...
  • Finance executives warn Washington not to risk a government default

    Finance executives warn Washington not to risk a government default
    WASHINGTON — To Wall Street, the partial government shutdown is another unfortunate economic speed bump caused by partisan political fighting. Failure to raise the debt limit, triggering a first-ever federal default, would be a brick wall on the...