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  • 5 global banks to pay $5.7 billion in fines over currency manipulation

     5 global banks to pay $5.7 billion in fines over currency manipulation
    They called themselves the Cartel, and that turned out to be an appropriate name. Traders and sales agents used electronic chat rooms, prosecutors said, to conspire to manipulate prices in the $5-trillion-a-day foreign currency markets. They secretly...
  • Big Ten athletic directors want changes to enhance athletes' experiences

    Big Ten athletic directors want changes to enhance athletes' experiences
    When Julie Hermann played volleyball at Nebraska in the '80s, the program would have brownie sales to raise revenue. At Notre Dame in the '70s, Gene Smith recalled that a discussion between a football player and coach might go like this: "You have an...
  • Demand-driven jobs program expands with University of Chicago partnership

     Demand-driven jobs program expands with University of Chicago partnership
    Since launching almost three years ago, the nonprofit Skills for Chicagoland's Future says it has helped place some 1,600 unemployed and underemployed Cook County residents into jobs by tailoring recruiting and training to the specific needs of employers....
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  • Another spurious bank fee: $12 for depositing a check that bounces

    Another spurious bank fee: $12 for depositing a check that bounces
    The road to corporate greed is paved with nickel-and-dime bank charges. Want a paper statement? That'll cost you a few bucks. Not making enough deposits or withdrawals? That'll result in an inactivity fee of as much as $10. Don't meet minimum balance...
  • The remarkable life and lessons of the $8 million janitor

    The remarkable life and lessons of the $8 million janitor
    You may have read about the remarkable life and times of Ronald Read. He was the gas station attendant and lifelong resident of Windham County, Vt., who had quietly accumulated a portfolio worth a fortune. As the Brattleboro Reformer reported earlier this...
  • Can Pimco's quiet point man shine in public?

     Can Pimco's quiet point man shine in public?
    Battling poor returns and management turmoil early last year, Pacific Investment Management Co. posted a promotional video on its website to reassure nervous investors. Co-founder and celebrated bond manager Bill Gross, a ubiquitous presence on...
  • Serial business criminal gets nine years in $44M bank fraud

    Serial business criminal gets nine years in $44M bank fraud
    Pedro Benevides, an Orlando area businessman who ran a criminal empire through his companies in Central Florida, was sentenced to nine years in prison on Monday. Benevides had pleaded guilty to a three-year, $44 million bank fraud scheme. But he was...
  • Media executives' pay packages are still in stratosphere

    Media executives' pay packages are still in stratosphere
    Among captains of industry, entertainment executives continue to reap some of the biggest rewards when it comes to compensation. The biggest pay day so far went to Discovery Communications Chief Executive David Zaslav, who received a $156.1-million...
  • Tribune Media's largest shareholders to sell 25 percent stake

    Tribune Media's largest shareholders to sell 25 percent stake
    Tribune Media's three largest shareholders are looking to sell 25 percent of their combined stake through a secondary offering, the Chicago-based media company said Wednesday. Oaktree Capital Management; Angelo, Gordon & Co.; and JPMorgan Chase, the...
  • BMO Harris Bank debuts 'smart branch' in Chicago

     BMO Harris Bank debuts 'smart branch' in Chicago
    "Welcome to BMO Harris," says the bank teller who literally pops up on a screen inside this new bank branch in Chicago's Rogers Park neighborhood. "How can I help you?" The customer says he'd like to withdraw $40 and wants it in $20s. He shows his...