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  • Ravens games showing up more frequently on Washington-area TVs

    Ravens games showing up more frequently on Washington-area TVs
    For years, the Ravens quietly tried to make the case to the NFL that Baltimore-Washington would function best as a single television market. The current system -- in which the Redskins and Ravens have separate markets -- left some Ravens fans, in...
  • Inside Penny Pritzker's portfolio: How a billionaire invests

    How do the wealthy stay wealthy? The mandatory financial disclosure released last week by commerce secretary nominee Penny Pritzker provides a rare look at an American billionaire's entire investment portfolio. Pritzker inherited much of her wealth,...
  • Storm clouds for the Fed

    For months it was a matter of intense speculation: Who would President Obama nominate to chair the Federal Reserve? Now that he has named Janet Yellen, currently the Fed's vice chair and an exceptionally well-qualified candidate, maybe we can move on to...
  • JPMorgan settles with regulator of Fannie, Freddie

    NEW YORK — The widely expected $13-billion settlement between JPMorgan Chase & Co. and the federal government started to take shape with details in a key deal unveiled Friday. The New York bank agreed to pay $5.1 billion to the regulator...
  • As stimulus tab rises for Fed, worries grow it may require a bailout

    As stimulus tab rises for Fed, worries grow it may require a bailout
    WASHINGTON — The Federal Reserve has taken unprecedented steps to stimulate the economic recovery from the Great Recession, but the tab has risen to such tremendous proportions — fast approaching $4 trillion — that some worry the central...
  • The JPMorgan exception

    The JPMorgan exception
    JPMorgan Chase is trying to reach a multibillion-dollar deal with the federal government to settle allegations of securities fraud — based largely on claims against two failing banks it rescued during the crisis at Washington's behest. The...
  • SAC agrees to plead guilty to insider trading

    SAC agrees to plead guilty to insider trading
    NEW YORK — Steven A. Cohen faces what could be an end to his career as one of Wall Street's most profitable money men after his hedge fund agreed to plead guilty to charges of criminal insider trading. SAC Capital Advisors becomes the first...
  • UBS agrees to settle U.S. claims it misrepresented mortgage bonds

    UBS agrees to settle U.S. claims it misrepresented mortgage bonds
    WASHINGTON -- UBS said Monday it agreed to settle a lawsuit brought by U.S. regulators alleging the Swiss banking giant misrepresented mortgage-backed securities sold to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac in the years leading up to the subprime-loan meltdown....
  • Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac got $7.9 billion in bank settlements in 2013

    Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac got $7.9 billion in bank settlements in 2013
    WASHINGTON --  Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac collected $7.9 billion from large financial institutions to settle suits over bad mortgage-backed securities purchased by the seized housing finance giants during the subprime housing boom, their federal regulator...
  • Lakers have second-most expensive tickets in NBA on secondary market

    Lakers have second-most expensive tickets in NBA on secondary market
    Although the Lakers are a marquee, a ticket to one of their games on the secondary market is not the most expensive in the NBA. According to national ticket marketplace Vivid Seats, the New York Knicks have the "highest median ticket price on the...
  • JPMorgan reaches historic $13-billion settlement with Justice, states

    JPMorgan reaches historic $13-billion settlement with Justice, states
    JPMorgan Chase & Co. will pay a record $13 billion to resolve allegations that it sold faulty mortgage investments that fueled the 2008 financial crisis, Justice Department and state officials said. New York Atty. Gen.  Eric T. Schneiderman said the...