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A San Fernando Valley jeweler pleaded guilty Monday to a conspiracy charge in an insider-trading case and agreed to turn over $1.27 million in stock-trading gains made from tips allegedly provided by a then partner at accounting giant KPMG. Bryan Shaw,...
The Hartford CourantThe Phoenix Cos. provided federal regulators with some indication of how its life insurance subsidiary is performing, though the parent company cautioned that the unaudited results provided last week are not indicative of consolidated results for The...
WASHINGTON — Over the last decade, former Navy Secretary Richard J. Danzig, a prominent lawyer, presidential advisor and biowarfare consultant to the Pentagon and the Department of Homeland Security, has urged the government to counter what he...
Almost three years ago, when Goldman Sachs Group Inc. paid $550 million to settle fraud accusations by the Securities and Exchange Commission, one of the claims was that Goldman misled the bond-insurer ACA Financial Guaranty Corp. in a horribly complex...
As the stock market reaches new highs, companies are trying to get in on the action by raising money through initial public offerings of their shares. So far this year, U.S. companies — and their owners — have tapped $16.1 billion through...
Aetna Shareholders Vote Down Measures To Change Board Leadership, Further Disclose Political SpendingThe Hartford CourantA few Aetna Inc. shareholders took the health insurer to task Friday morning during an annual meeting in Tampa, Fla., over the way it structures its board leadership, how it discloses political spending and the manner in which it ran the annual meeting....
Tags: New York City, Aetna Inc., Tampa, Politics, Elections
Northeast Utilities is borrowing $750 million in order to pay down other senior debt obligations as well as some of the company's more than $1 billion in short-term debt, according to filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission. After...
News Corp. Deputy Chief Operating Officer James Murdoch has sold $25 million worth of News Corp. non-voting shares as the company's stock has soared in value. Murdoch, the youngest son of media baron and News Corp. Chairman and Chief Executive Rupert...
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, having chastised bank regulators for failing to put Wall Street giants on trial, is demanding to see any analyses that the U.S. Department of Justice, the Federal Reserve and the Securities and Exchange Commission have conducted...
Tags: Ben Bernanke, HSBC Holdings plc, Trials, Politics, Finance
Officials at Bloomberg, the New York financial news and information service, scrambled to deal with an unfolding customer privacy scandal after admitting its journalists had snooped on business clients for years through its network of terminals ubiquitous...
WASHINGTON -- It's been five years since the onset of the financial crisis -- the rescue of Bear Stearns in March 2008 -- and we still don't know whether the financial system is safe. In a recent speech, Daniel Tarullo, the Federal Reserve's point man...
WASHINGTON — Sen. Elizabeth Warren, the newest member of the Senate Banking Committee, waited patiently for her first chance to question top financial regulators at a recent hearing on Capitol Hill. When her turn finally came after 90 minutes,...
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