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  • Agency should adopt rule to protect those with IRAs

    Agency should adopt rule to protect those with IRAs
    The U.S. Supreme Court struck a blow for investors last week when it revived a lawsuit accusing the managers of a company retirement plan of picking investments that were too costly. Meanwhile, the Department of Labor is trying to provide a similar level of protection for individuals saving for retirement through IRAs and small group plans. Wall Street firms and investment brokers are fighting the department's proposal, arguing that they're already regulated enough. But it's not a persuasive argument.
  • President Taft descendant aims to grow RBC Wealth Management

     President Taft descendant aims to grow RBC Wealth Management
    He's the great-grandson of a U.S. president, the grandson of a former U.S. senator and presidential hopeful, and the cousin of a two-term Ohio governor. But John Taft, 60, has no desire himself to sustain another political dynasty. "My legacy is...

    Brian Dickerson: Wall Street's pain-free guilty plea

    Five of the world's largest banks pleaded guilty to participating in a massive criminal conspiracy the other day, but if you sneezed or got up to use the bathroom, you may have missed the whole thing. Usually, charges like the ones the U.S. Justice...

    Redstone's health clouds future of CBS, Viacom

    Redstone's health clouds future of CBS, Viacom
    As CBS Corp. investors gather at New York's Museum of Modern Art for the company's annual meeting Thursday, its largest shareholder is expected to remain cloistered in his mansion in a gated enclave north of Beverly Hills. Sumner Redstone, who turns...

    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...