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  • Anthem Inc. CEO's Pay Was $8 Million Last Year

    The CEO and president of Anthem Inc., Joseph R. Swedish, was compensated $8 million last year, up from $7.48 million in 2013, according to a filing Wednesday with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Anthem Inc. of Indianapolis is the parent...
  • Massachusetts, Connecticut men charged with insider trading

    Two men from Massachusetts and Connecticut have been charged in an insider trading scheme that prosecutors say netted more than $1 million. Forty-four-year-old Iftikar Ahmed of Brookline, Massachusetts, and 47-year-old hedge fund executive Amit Kanodia...
  • Venezia: Curry takes on Peotter's fiscal folly

    Newport Beach Councilmen Keith Curry sent an email March 25 stating, "Last night, during a 30-minute stretch in our council meeting, we came within one vote of creating lasting fiscal damage to our community." Geez, that got my attention. What Curry...
  • American Apparel to cut 180 jobs amid a turnaround bid and worker ire

    American Apparel to cut 180 jobs amid a turnaround bid and worker ire
    American Apparel Inc. is laying off about 180 employees as the company tries to engineer a comeback in the midst of worker discontent with new management. Most of the job losses are coming from American Apparel's sprawling manufacturing operations in...
  • GoDaddy shares soar 31% in first day of trading

    GoDaddy shares soar 31% in first day of trading
    Shares of Web-hosting company GoDaddy Inc. soared nearly 31% in their first day of trading on Wall Street, another sign of strength in the tech sector in an otherwise lackluster stock market. Investors pushed the share price to $26.15 Wednesday from its...
  • KBR Inc. to pay $130K penalty over whistleblowers dispute

    A global technology and engineering firm has agreed to pay a $130,000 penalty in the first action taken for an alleged violation of a whistleblower protection rule enacted in response to the recent financial crisis, federal regulators said Wednesday. The...
  • Broward man committed securities fraud linked to Rothstein Ponzi scheme, jury finds

    Broward man committed securities fraud linked to Rothstein Ponzi scheme, jury finds
    A federal jury took less than three hours Wednesday to find a Broward man committed securities fraud with two investment funds linked to Scott Rothstein's Ponzi scheme. The civil verdict against George Levin, 74, of Fort Lauderdale, was reached after a...
  • Under Armour's Plank earned nearly $3.6 million in 2014

    Under Armour's Plank earned nearly $3.6 million in 2014
    Under Armour CEO Kevin A. Plank earned nearly $3.6 million last year, with most of the compensation directly tied to the sports apparel maker's strong financial performance, the company said Friday. Plank, whose base salary has remained at $26,000...
  • Baltimore medical device maker could sell for $65 million under deal with Texas company

    Baltimore medical device maker could sell for $65 million under deal with Texas company
    A Texas company could buy Baltimore medical device maker eNeura for $65 million under a deal the companies struck in March. Orthofix International is loaning eNeura $15 million and already paid the company $250,000 as part of the agreement, detailed...
  • Phoenix Reports Net Loss Of $213 Million Last Year

    The Phoenix Cos. reported a net loss of $213.2 million in 2014 and spent tens of millions of dollars on audit fees and expenses related to the company's restatement of financial filings, according to filings Tuesday with the U.S. Securities and Exchange...
  • Small investors blame bad advice from brokers for big losses

    Susan Bernardo trusted her stockbroker. She wound up losing a fortune. Her broker, David Harris, advised her to sell $400,000 worth of relatively safe municipal bonds, she says, and sink the proceeds into real estate and energy partnerships in hopes of...