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Pasta Production and Technology April 16-18, 2013 Fee: $900 This course provides fundamental and applied aspects of manufacturing extruded and sheeted pasta products. Raw material quality criteria, specifications, and processing variables and...
Federal and state prosecutors sued the credit rating agency Standard & Poor's this week for allegedly defrauding investors by giving inflated ratings to complex mortgage-backed securities that proved all but worthless after the housing bubble burst. The...
California has filed suit against Wall Street's biggest credit rating agency, Standard & Poor’s, charging the firm with violating the state's False Claims Act by using “magic numbers” and “guesses” to inflate ratings that...
Tags: Finance, Credit Ratings, Laws, Bonds, Politics
Massachusetts Secretary of the Commonwealth William Galvin this week accused Morgan Stanley of breaking the law as lead underwriter in Facebook Inc.’s initial public offering, triggering a $5 million fine. What had Morgan Stanley done wrong? The...
L.A. NOWFormer Angles baseball player Doug DeCinces and three others were indicted on insider trading charges for allegedly using non-public information to buy stock in a Santa Ana medical device company, federal authorities said Wednesday afternoon....
With employment improving and the fiscal cliff averted, fixed mortgage rates have jumped to their highest level in two months, with lenders offering the 30-year home loan at 3.4% this week, up from 3.34% last week, according to Freddie Mac. The...
Tags: Fiscal Cliff, Credit Ratings, Freddie Mac, Bonds, Mortgages
If you're concerned about corporate crime, 2012 looked like a pretty successful year for the good guys. The Thousand Oaks biotech giant Amgen paid $762 million in fines and penalties and pleaded guilty to a federal charge related to illegal marketing of...
Bar the door, Nelly — the Fed has abandoned all restraint and will now print money to finance the federal deficit. To support the weak recovery, the Federal Reserve continues to keep short-term interest rates near zero, purchase mortgage-backed...
WASHINGTON -- The Federal Reserve, maintaining its aggressive efforts to stimulate a slow-growing economy burdened by high unemployment, said it would continue its large-scale bond-buying programs in the new year and, for the first time, announced...
Baltimore-based money managers T. Rowe Price and Legg Mason Inc. may offer actively managed exchange-traded funds after receiving a thumbs up from regulators. The Securities and Exchange Commission approved Price's application earlier this month to be...
Reality caught up with disgraced Indianapolis financier Tim Durham Friday afternoon. A judge sentenced him to 50 years in prison for his role in a Ponzi scheme that took more than $250 million from investors. Standing before federal Judge Jane Magnus-...
Tags: Finance, Lawyers, Judges, Punishment, Prosecution
Never mind that winter is upon us. It is the chill of ICE from Atlanta descending on New York causing goose bumps for those connected with Chicago's trading exchanges. No one knows for certain what the impact will be of upstart IntercontinentalExchange'...
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