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Mayo A. Shattuck III, who coordinated the sale of two Baltimore institutions to out-of-state concerns and ran the region's power company for a volatile decade, has retired from the parent of Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. Chicago-based Exelon Corp. didn'...
You may have heard last week about a couple of big lawsuits brought by federal and state governments, alleging that the credit rating agency Standard & Poor's concocted a fraudulent scheme that contributed to trillions of dollars in investment losses...
WASHINGTON -- The Obama administration's suit against the rating agency Standard & Poor's makes for riveting headlines and lousy history. We want to blame the financial crisis and Great Recession on greed and dishonesty. The charge that S&P rigged bond...
The Hartford CourantGlobal Spectrum won control of the XL Center for the next decade and Rentschler Field for the next seven years because of a superior capital investment structure. OK, that reads with all the excitement of the real estate section. Please. Keep reading,...
Mark E. Stoeckle has been named CEO of Baltimore-based Adams Express Co. and Petroleum & Resources Corp., replacing Douglas G. Ober, who last year announced his intention to retire. Stoeckle, 56, has been the chief investment officer of the U.S. Equities...
WASHINGTON -- Only about three out of ten investment bankers think new federal rules intended to encourage startups have led to more initial public offerings, according to poll results released Tuesday. The findings from BDO, an accounting and...
Tags: Business, Startups, Banking, Initial Public Offerings, Google+
Uncertainty over the economy contributed to a nearly 27 percent drop last year in venture capital funding for young companies in Maryland, Washington and Northern Virginia, the first decrease since 2009, according to a new report from...
Steve Looney, 53, is a certified public accountant, board-certified lawyer, and chairman of the tax department at the Orlando-based law firm Dean Mead. He spoke with Orlando Sentinel staff writer Sara K. Clarke about what small-business owners should keep...
Tags: Politics, Business, Small Businesses, Sales, Fiscal Cliff
Usually by early December, investment professionals have mapped out their outlook for the next year. But such forecasting has been made difficult by the "fiscal cliff" — the confluence of spending cuts and higher taxes that kick in automatically...
Each Thursday, Joe Moglia devotes 20 minutes out of the Coastal Carolina football team meeting to talk to his players about something other than football. Recently, he was struck by a story in the local newspaper about a suicide. He stood in front of...
Tribune staff reporterTo say that Chicago-based luxury hotel investor Laurence Geller is captivated by all things Winston Churchill is something of an understatement. As chairman of the Churchill Centre, a not-for-profit dedicated to preserving the legacy of the iconic...
Swiss bank UBS will cut 10,000 jobs as it exits from its fixed-income trading business and tries to cut costs and concentrate on wealth management. The Zurich, Switzerland-based institution, which stated that it is “significantly reshaping its...
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