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  • Morgan Stanley expects lawsuit from NY Attorney General

    Morgan Stanley, which agreed to a $2.6 billion settlement with the federal government last week, says it expects to be sued by New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman over subprime mortgage bonds. The investment bank says it was told about the...
  • Buffett doesn't see a GM $8 billion buyback as a priority, backs Barra

    Warren Buffett, whose Berkshire Hathaway owns a sizable chunk of General Motors stock, said he "totally disagrees" with putting short-term investors on the board and he isn't pushing for the $8 billion stock buy back that four hedge funds want. "I...
  • Villaraigosa must decide on business deals as he mulls Senate run

    Villaraigosa must decide on business deals as he mulls Senate run
    As Antonio Villaraigosa weighs whether to mount a U.S. Senate bid, he faces a complication that his top rival doesn't have to worry about: How will he make a living during a campaign that could last as long as 21 months? Since he left office in 2013,...
  • Pay For FuelCell Energy Chief Jumped To $1.1 Million Last Year

    Pay jumped for the executives at FuelCell Energy in 2014, a year when the company's stock reached heights and receded from them, its sales struggled, and its factory embarked on a plan to double output. Arthur Bottone, the Danbury company's chief...
  • Vaccinogen brings momentum on cancer vaccine research to Baltimore

    Vaccinogen brings momentum on cancer vaccine research to Baltimore
    Three and a half decades after Michael Hanna Jr. began exploring the concept of using the body's own immune system to fight cancer, the idea is driving Baltimore's latest biotechnology promise. The company Vaccinogen, drawing on research that Hanna began...
  • Consumer Reports: The ebays for borrowers, lenders

    Since 2009, bankers have stopped paying any meaningful interest on deposits, Consumer Reports notes. And when they do lend, it can be at rates in excess of 10 percent, even to borrowers with excellent credit. Fortunately for consumers, new intermediaries...
  • Chief Of Kaman Corp Took Home $2.49M Last Year

    The chief executive of Kaman Corp. in Bloomfield made $2.49 million last year, according to filings made Friday with securities regulators. Neal J. Keating, 59, made $4.86 million in 2013 as the head of the distribution and aerospace company. While it...
  • Wyly brothers ordered to give up $299 million in fraud suit

    A judge has ordered a prominent Texas businessman and his brother's estate to pay $299 million after a federal jury New in York found they engaged in a massive fraud to evade taxes. U.S. District Judge Shira Scheindlin (SHIHND'-lihn) issued a final order...
  • Citigroup whistleblower still on the trail of the too-big-to-fail

    DALLAS Richard Bowen teaches the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 at the University of Texas at Dallas from a deeply personal perspective that of whistleblower. The 68-year-old senior lecturer of accounting was once a top executive with Citigroup's mortgage...
  • Obama endorses fiduciary standard

    Obama endorses fiduciary standard
    The White House wants to change the way brokers provide advice on retirement accounts. President Obama endorsed a Department of Labor (DOL) proposal, which would require brokers to act in a customer's best interest -- the so-called FIDUCIARY duty --...
  • 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...