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  • Dollar General solicits votes against Family Dollar deal

    Dollar General on Friday ratcheted up its fight to break up a planned acquisition of Family Dollar by a third company, launching an effort to solicit shareholders to vote against the deal. The solicitation, filed Friday with the Securities and Exchange...
  • Chicago, south suburban Harvey battle over water bills

      Chicago, south suburban Harvey battle over water bills
    A legal battle between Chicago and one of its suburbs is turning increasingly heated, with the city accusing Harvey of "stealing" tens of millions of dollars worth of water while the suburb's spokesman implied that it's been gouged for years by its bigger...
  • Freshpet announces IPO

    Freshpet announces IPO
    Freshpet wants to move up the foodchain — all the way to Wall Street. The Secaucus, N.J.-based company, which recently spent $25 million to relocate its production and distribution facility from the Quakertown area into the Lehigh Valley,...
  • Ahead of blockbuster IPO, Alibaba raises price range to $66-$68 a share

    Alibaba is seeing huge demand for its initial public offering and has raised the price range of its shares to $66 to $68. The Chinese Internet behemoth is expected to go public on Friday on the New York Stock Exchange.  The company disclosed the...
  • Two charged in $25M Clermont Ponzi scheme

    Two charged in $25M Clermont Ponzi scheme
    Central Florida residents Jennifer E. Hoffman, Clermont, and John C. Boschert, Apopka, have been charged with fraud in a $25 million investment scheme. The charges allege that Hoffman and Boschert, along with Michigan resident Bryan Zuzga, fleeced 100...
  • BlackRock calls for U.S. stock market reforms

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - BlackRock Inc, the world's largest asset manager, has asked regulators to force exchanges to lower their access fees and require greater transparency of broker dealer-run trading venues known as "dark pools." The New York-based...
  • SEC's Gallagher calls for reforms in fixed income markets

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A top U.S. regulator called for major reforms in the fixed income markets on Tuesday, saying many of the rules are out of date and lack enough protections for retail investors. In prepared remarks for a market structure...
  • U.S. SEC imposes $9 million in sanctions for short-sale violations

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Nineteen trading firms and one trader will pay $9 million to collectively settle civil charges alleging they participated in a stock offering after shorting the stock during a restricted period, U.S. regulators said Tuesday. The...
  • US CFTC revokes SAC Capital's registration as commodity hedge fund

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. derivatives regulators formally revoked the registration of Steven A. Cohen's SAC Capital commodity fund units on Tuesday, as part of a settlement that comes in the wake of the firm's guilty plea to insider-trading charges last...
  • LPL says broker hiring strong, fourth quarter share buybacks possible

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - LPL Financial Holdings, the fourth largest U.S. brokerage firm with more than 13,800 brokers, said Tuesday it expects be at the high end of its hiring targets for 2014. That means it is likely to end the year with more than 14,000...
  • Wall St. watchdog signals shift in bonus disclosure plan

    (Reuters) - A controversial plan that would have required job-switching securities brokers to disclose signing bonuses to their clients is making a comeback, but the new version may be weaker and bear little resemblance to the original, some lawyers say....