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  • Viacom Chief Philippe Dauman paid $44 million in 2014

    Viacom Chief Philippe Dauman paid $44 million in 2014
    Media company Viacom's stock slipped last year -- but the company's chief executive, Philippe Dauman, saw his compensation soar 19% to $44 million. Dauman, 60, received a $20-million bonus in fiscal 2014, even though the company's stock declined 9%...
  • Herbalife analyst lowers target price, citing foreign currency woes

    Herbalife analyst lowers target price, citing foreign currency woes
    Herbalife Ltd., the Los Angeles nutritional products company facing multiple regulatory investigations of its business model, will probably earn less money than expected this year because of foreign currency complications, an analyst said. As a result,...
  • Maybe Obama, GOP-controlled Congress can unite over normalizing Oreos

    Maybe Obama, GOP-controlled Congress can unite over normalizing Oreos
    If there's one thing Democrats and Republicans in Congress can agree on, it's that they should clap enthusiastically every time someone says the word "veterans." That's it. That's the one single thing the two sides seem capable of agreeing on. Nothing...
  • Investment manager accused of $2 million fraud

    Investment manager accused of $2 million fraud
    An investment manager in Fort Lauderdale misappropriated at least $2 million of clients' money to pay for a home, expensive furnishings, and cars and jewelry, federal regulators allege. Frederic Elm, formerly known as Frederic Elmaleh, is accused of...
  • Is Shake Shack the next Krispy Kreme?

    Is Shake Shack the next Krispy Kreme?
    A stock market that has been gyrating insanely all month on its way to a 3% loss can be forgiven for seeking solace in a buzzy initial public offering. But that in itself doesn't make Shake Shack, the star IPO of the moment, a good buy.  Shake Shack...
  • After RadioShack files for bankruptcy, Sprint to set up shop in some of its remaining stores

    Sprint's latest plan for luring new subscribers is to occupy the remains of RadioShack. The long-struggling consumer electronics chain filed for bankruptcy protection Thursday. Part of its plan is for Sprint, the No. 3 U.S. wireless carrier, to open...
  • Cicero turbine maker agrees to pay $1 million to settle SEC charges

    Broadwind Energy paid a $1 million penalty after the SEC accused the company of failing to disclose information to investors before its 2010 public offering. A Cicero-based maker of wind turbines agreed to pay a $1 million penalty after the Securities...
  • Phoenix To SEC: More Financial Restatements Coming

    The Phoenix Cos. told federal regulators Friday that it will have to restate its financial performance again, the latest in a string of missteps and filing delays. Phoenix made errors in its fourth-quarter and full-year results for 2013 and in its second...
  • Chinese affiliates of 'Big Four' accounting firms settle with SEC in dispute over fraud probes

    The Chinese affiliates of the "Big Four" accounting firms have agreed to pay a total $2 million and provide documents in a settlement with U.S. regulators resolving a yearslong dispute over fraud investigations of Chinese companies. The Securities and...
  • S&P settles charges tied to ratings of mortgage-backed securities

    Standard & Poor's agreed Wednesday to pay the U.S. government and two states more than $77 million to settle charges tied to its ratings of mortgage-backed securities. In its first enforcement action against a major credit-rating company, the Securities...
  • BP trial's last phase begins -- penalty for gulf oil spill will be determined

    The slowly unwinding Deepwater Horizon oil spill trial began its final phase Tuesday as a judge in New Orleans considers the record fine that oil giant BP must pay for the well blowout five years ago that killed 11 men and spawned the worst...