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It's the kind of audacious but small-stakes insider trading that normally wouldn't have merited much attention. Golfing buddies Scott London and Bryan Shaw netted just $1.3 million, a blip in a world where Wall Street kingpins pocket hundreds of...
Not that long ago, premiering a star-driven Sundance Film Festival movie on a video-on-demand channel was an admission of failure. But last year's festival produced two huge on-demand hits, Richard Gere's crime drama "Arbitrage" and Kirsten Dunst's...
Tags: Celebrities, Kirsten Dunst, Sweetwater, Lobbying, Media Industry
The Hartford Courant— Cigna Corp. CEO David M. Cordani had a 68 percent decline in pay last year with compensation totaling $3.97 million, not including $9 million in stock and stock options which have value in the future when the stocks vest and options are exercised,...
WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. government is accusing the debt rating agency Standard & Poor's of fraud for giving high ratings to risky mortgage bonds that helped bring about the financial crisis. The government filed a civil complaint late Monday...
WASHINGTON -- Standard & Poor's Corp. helped cause the financial crisis by misleading investors with falsely high credit ratings on bonds backed by toxic subprime mortgages, federal officials alleged Tuesday in announcing a civil suit against the company....
Its previous two chief executives went to prison on felony convictions. It just reached a settlement with the Securities and Exchange Commission over allegations of securities fraud. Not one of its peers has a worse credit rating. On top of around $8...
The United States Cattlemen's Association (USCA) concluded its first fly-in of 2013 to Washington, D.C. recently. Members representing Virginia, Montana, North Dakota, Maryland, Kansas and Indiana made the trip to D.C. for the week's schedule of meetings....
WASHINGTON -- Justice Department officials and attorneys general from California and several other states were set Tuesday morning to announce a landmark civil suit against Standard & Poor's Corp. concerning the company's credit ratings of troubled...
Tags: Ratings, Credit Ratings, Finance, BP Plc, Trials
Clout StreetThe state’s troubled finances are now hitting City Hall in a more visible way, as a major agency downgraded Chicago’s credit rating as the city prepares to refinance some debt. A $181 million bond issue backed with the city’s share...
The Securities and Exchange Commission charged Illinois with securities fraud, accusing the state of misleading municipal investors over pension fund obligations, the regulatory agency said Monday. An investigation determined the state failed to...
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...
This post has been updated. See below for details.Federal regulators are investigating whether onetime junk-bond czar Michael Milken violated his lifetime ban from the securities industry, according to a published report. Milken is allowed to manage his own wealth but is barred from running money for...
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