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  • Tribune Media preparing to list on major stock exchange

    Tribune Media preparing to list on major stock exchange
    Tribune Media is in the process of completing and filing documents with the Securities and Exchange Commission in preparation for listing its stock on a major exchange. Speaking at an investor conference Thursday in New York, Tribune Media CEO Peter...
  • Activist fight will complicate search for new Darden chief

    An activist investor's efforts to wrest control of embattled Darden Restaurants will make the search for a new CEO even more difficult, industry analysts say. Analysts and consultants following Darden's recent struggles say the company's Sept. 30 annual...
  • Activists demand U.S. SEC rule to make companies reveal political spending

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A group of activists stood outside of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission's Washington headquarters on Thursday to scold the regulator for failing to advance a rule requiring companies to disclose their political...
  • Alibaba's latest financial results build momentum for a big IPO

    Alibaba's latest financial results build momentum for a big IPO
    Alibaba Group Holding continued to build excitement for its upcoming initial public offering by reporting a surge in mobile growth and big financial gains in its most recent quarter. For the three months that ended June 30, the Chinese e-commerce...
  • SEC hits conflict of interest at ratings agencies

    WASHINGTON Moving to address one of the principal causes of the 2008 financial crisis, the Securities and Exchange Commission on Wednesday in a split decision passed new rules designed to limit conflicts of interest in credit-rating agencies. The rules,...
  • Arch Venture Partners raises $400 million fund

    Arch Venture Partners raises $400 million fund
    Chicago-based Arch Venture Partners raised a $400 million fund to invest in early stage companies, the firm announced Wednesday, underscoring renewed investor confidence in the once moribund life sciences sector. The firm will deploy the cash in...
  • Exclusive: U.S., Europe head toward delay in squabble over swaps rules - source

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The European Union is discussing delaying a deadline for a second time in its efforts to reform the global derivatives market, a source familiar with the matter said, as talks with U.S. regulators have failed to produce a...
  • Comcast, TW Cable Set Shareholder Votes, Name for Charter Spinoff Company

    As the merger review process inches along at the FCC, Comcast and Time Warner Cable have set October dates for their respective shareholder votes on the blockbuster $45.2 billion union of the nation's largest cable operators. Meanwhile, Comcast and...
  • PG&E to appeal proposed $1.4-billion penalty for fatal pipeline blast

    PG&E to appeal proposed $1.4-billion penalty for fatal pipeline blast
    Pacific Gas & Electric Co. is appealing a proposed record penalty for the fatal gas pipeline explosion and fire that destroyed a Bay Area residential neighborhood. The San Francisco-based utility, the state's largest, announced the appeal in a filing...
  • Former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor takes job on Wall Street

    Former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor takes job on Wall Street
    Former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor is moving to Wall Street, taking a job with investment bank Moelis & Co., the firm said. Cantor, 51, who resigned last month after an upset loss in a Republican primary in June, will be vice chairman and managing...
  • Eric Cantor latest politician to move to Wall Street

    Former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor became the latest politician to move to Wall Street, taking a high-paying job at investment bank Moelis & Co. and boosting the profile of the boutique firm founded in Century City. Cantor, 51, who resigned last...