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Sun SentinelSouth Florida borrowers who lost homes between 2008 and 2011 may be eligible for relief as part of a $25 billion settlement over foreclosure abuses. But claims must be filed by Friday. Borrowers who have questions or need help filing their claims can...
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This post has been updated. See the note below for details.New York Atty Gen. Eric T. Schneiderman sued Credit Suisse on Tuesday, accusing the Swiss Bank of systematically misleading investors who bought the firm’s mortgage-backed securities during the housing boom. The lawsuit was brought in New York...
WASHINGTON -- In the early days of the Obama administration, I sat in a Capitol Hill hearing room and listened to Harry Markopolos, the whistle-blower in the Bernie Madoff scandal, bemoan the toothless Securities and Exchange Commission. The SEC,...
The darlings of cautious investors are sitting on the edge of the "fiscal cliff" and feeling twinges of tax anxiety. Much to the surprise of some investors, dividend-paying stocks — sleepy investments like utilities — along with real...
Change of SubjectBy Megan Crepeau Remember Jamie Dimon and his "London Whale" financial scandal? You know, the one where JP Morgan lost $6 billion, the one that CEO Dimon called a "tempest in a teapot?" Maybe that's not such an understatement after......
World NowIndia Strike Fuel Reform: Indian Strike Over Fuel Prices and Reform Disrupts Transport, Trade...
Watchdog with Paul MuschickPostcards and letters that promise you money for nothing usually are empty promises or downright criminal activity. But there are exceptions to every rule and if you get a postcard followed by a packet about a national mortgage settlement and......
Convinced that the Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank are about to ride to the rescue, investors looked past the struggling economy on two continents Friday and pushed stocks to levels not seen since before the financial crisis started raging...
Tribune staff reporterMark Hoplamazian was a freshly minted MBA graduate when consummate dealmaker Jay Pritzker hired him to work on new investments and acquisitions in 1989. Almost immediately, the 25-year-old grandson of Armenian Christian immigrants found himself in an...
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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterAfter more than 31/2 years of bitter legal conflict, the judge in Tribune Co.'s bankruptcy case said he would approve a plan to transfer ownership of the Chicago media company to a group of hedge funds and banks based in Los Angeles and New York. But...
CNNFacebook continued to plunge as its stock dropped nearly 9% Tuesday. Facebook fell as low as $30.98 per share just minutes after the the opening bell. That's 18% below $38, the price of its initial public offering, which debuted on the Nasdaq on Friday....
The Federal Reserve said on Tuesday MetLife Inc, the largest U.S. life insurer, will be charged $3.2 million for "unsafe and unsound" practices in loan servicing and foreclosures. The regulator said the firm failed to adequately oversee such operations...
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