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  • Tribune Media stock to trade under the symbol TRCO

    Tribune Media stock to trade under the symbol TRCO
    Tribune Media plans to trade on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol TRCO, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Friday. The amendment to the Form 10 registration, which was initially filed in September, includes...
  • Tribune Media to begin trading Friday on NYSE

    Tribune Media to begin trading Friday on NYSE
    Tribune Media is set to begin trading Friday on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol TRCO. The Chicago-based media company announced Tuesday it has received approval from the Securities and Exchange Commission to list its stock on the NYSE,...
  • VA, lenders and nonprofits mobilize to help veterans on the home front

    VA, lenders and nonprofits mobilize to help veterans on the home front
    There are fewer military boots on the ground overseas, but here at home there have been major campaigns in the housing market this year directed at veterans. Not only has the Department of Veterans Affairs' VA home-loan program gained significant market...
  • Giant money managers scrambling for billions flowing out of Pimco

    Giant money managers scrambling for billions flowing out of Pimco
    The world of mutual funds may seem like a backwater on Wall Street, but the departure of bond trading superstar Bill Gross from Pacific Investment Management Co. has spilled blood into normally calm waters. Competition in the mutual fund business has...
  • What's new in credit card technology

    What's new in credit card technology
    Diners Club, the original Travel and Entertainment" (T-and-E) card, is re-opening in the United States. That's the biggest news in the always-turbulent credit card world. For some reason, the pioneering card has been dormant in the U.S. for several years,...
  • For vets, a housing boom

    There may be fewer military boots on the ground overseas, but here at home there have been major campaigns in the housing market this year directed at veterans. Not only has the Department of Veterans Affairs' VA home-loan program gained significant...
  • Citigroup restates earnings because of regulatory probes

    Citigroup Inc. has slashed its third-quarter earnings by $600 million, saying that recent investigations by regulators have altered the results it reported this month. The New York bank Thursday revised its quarterly net income to $2.8 billion from a...
  • Banks to launch new tool to fight hackers: WSJ

    Banks to launch new tool to fight hackers: WSJ
    A group of cybersecurity firms funded by big banks plan to launch a platform that will allow financial companies to communicate faster about potential cyber breaches, the Wall Street Journal reported. The move follows cybersecurity attacks on some big...
  • Maurice Greenberg puts U.S. handling of AIG bailout on trial

    Maurice R. Greenberg, the ousted chief executive of American International Group Inc., was practically laughed out of New York for claiming that he and other shareholders were shortchanged by the U.S. government's $182-billion bailout of AIG. No one's...
  • Tribune Media reports lower third-quarter earnings

    Tribune Media reports lower third-quarter earnings
    Tribune Media saw earnings decline by 24 percent in the third quarter, due in part to losses associated with its former publishing business, which it spun off in August. The Chicago-based company reported net income of $38 million, or 38 cents per...
  • 6 major banks fined $4.3 billion for attempted currency manipulation

    6 major banks fined $4.3 billion for attempted currency manipulation
    In another black eye for the financial industry, U.S., British and Swiss regulators on Wednesday fined JPMorgan Chase & Co., Citigroup, Bank of America Corp. and three other global banks a total of about $4.3 billion to settle investigations into...