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U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission

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  • Questions surround IMET's decision to buy repurchase agreements

     Questions surround IMET's decision to buy repurchase agreements
    An Oak Brook investment pool, which recently disclosed a $50 million trading loss involving taxpayer money, didn't follow the same safeguards to minimize risk as similar funds in Illinois and around the country, the Tribune has found. Starting last...
  • Cyber ring stole secrets for gaming stock market, security firm says

    Cyber ring stole secrets for gaming stock market, security firm says
    Security researchers say they have uncovered a cyber espionage ring focused on stealing corporate secrets for the purpose of gaming the stock market, in an operation that has compromised sensitive data about dozens of publicly held companies....
  • T. Rowe Price earnings rise 12 percent in third quarter

    T. Rowe Price earnings rise 12 percent in third quarter
    Despite market swings that reduced the assets it manages, T. Rowe Price Group Inc.'s earnings rose 12 percent in the third quarter of 2014, driven by a rise in investment advisory revenues. The money manager made $303.6 million in the quarter ended Sept....
  • Chapter Eight: Hartford Becomes A One Newspaper Town

    Chapter Eight: Hartford Becomes A One Newspaper Town
    The 1970s brought a fundamental shift in the management – and ownership – of most newspapers in the nation, including The Courant.] The Watergate scandal, and the role played by Washington Post reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein, re-...
  • Ex-Pippen adviser convicted of bank fraud

    Ex-Pippen adviser convicted of bank fraud
    A federal jury on Friday found Scottie Pippen's onetime financial adviser guilty of bank fraud for a variety of schemes that included taking out a $1.4 million loan in the Chicago Bulls legend's name that he used to pay off personal debts. Robert Lunn,...
  • Quinn, Rauner get personal in Tribune exchange

     Quinn, Rauner get personal in Tribune exchange
    Democratic Gov. Pat Quinn and Republican challenger Bruce Rauner lobbed a nonstop volley of character attacks at each other during their first face-to-face meeting in five months, a strong signal that the homestretch of the governor's race will focus on...
  • Trial of Pippen's ex-adviser drawing to a close

    Trial of Pippen's ex-adviser drawing to a close
    Scottie Pippen's onetime financial adviser took advantage of his client's celebrity status to convince a suburban bank to approve a $1.4 million loan that he later used to pay off personal debts, prosecutors told a federal jury Thursday. Robert Lunn is...
  • Who will replace Holder, and can Obama get a nominee confirmed?

    Confirming a new attorney general to replace Eric H. Holder Jr. is certain to prompt a heated political debate during a robust post-election lame-duck session of Congress – one made especially more divisive if Democrats lose the Senate’s...
  • Tribune Media to buy back $400 million in stock

    Tribune Media to buy back $400 million in stock
    Tribune Media Co., which has seen its valuation fall by more than a third since spinning off its publishing assets, has authorized a $400 million stock repurchase program, the Chicago-based company said Tuesday.  "Our board of directors and senior...
  • Virginia Company Bank shareholders to vote on merger

    Virginia Company Bank shareholders to vote on merger
    After getting regulatory approvals, there is only one hurdle left in Newport News-based Virginia Company Bank's merger with Tappahannock-based Eastern Virginia Bank: the go-ahead from Virginia Company shareholders, according to Virginia Company Bank...
  • Albert R. Hunt: Anonymous donors flood midterm voters with dark money

    Albert R. Hunt: Anonymous donors flood midterm voters with dark money
    Crossroads GPS has assailed Democratic Sen. Mark Udall for shortchanging Colorado residents with his votes on health insurance; Patriot Majority USA has gone after the Republican Senate candidate in Arkansas, Tom Cotton, for being a supposed shill of...