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ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters) - Brokers who fail to warn their clients about the risks of bond investing may find themselves facing regulatory ire and legal actions in the future, compliance experts say. The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority is sounding...
A lawsuit alleging that City Attorney-elect Mike Feuer manipulated ethics laws to financially benefit his campaign has been thrown out of court. The action had been filed by a supporter of Feuer's rival, Carmen Trutanich. Los Angeles County Superior...
Tags: Justin Bieber, Judges, Justice System, Elections, Politics
ReutersMADRID (Reuters) - Shares in state-owned Spanish lender Bankia tumbled on Tuesday after billions of new shares flooded the market as part of a multi-billion euro cash injection, with little hope of a quick recovery amid tough business conditions. More...
ReutersPARIS, May 24 (Reuters) - French magistrates decided on Friday not to place IMF chief Christine Lagarde under formal investigation over her role in a 285-million-euros ($368.5 million) arbitration payment made to a supporter of former president Nicolas...
Tags: Christine Lagarde, Nicolas Sarkozy
Reuters* Repsol open to an out-of-court YPF compensation package * Argentina needs foreign funds for YPF shale field * Argentine laws and cash shortages obstacles to any deal By Tracy Rucinski and Karina Grazina MADRID/BUENOS AIRES, May 23 (Reuters) - A year...
PARIS -- Christine Lagarde, the head of the International Monetary Fund, was questioned by a judge Thursday over her role in a $366-million payout to a businessman supporter of former French President Nicolas Sarkozy. Lagarde appeared in a Paris court to...
ReutersPARIS, May 23 (Reuters) - IMF chief Christine Lagarde arrived in court on Thursday to be questioned by a French magistrate over her role in a 285-million-euro ($366 million) arbitration payment made to a supporter of former president Nicolas Sarkozy....
ReutersWASHINGTON (Reuters) - Wall Street brokerages' use of mandatory arbitration clauses merits a regulatory review, but the Securities and Exchange Commission will not have time to undertake one before 2014, an SEC commissioner said on Monday. The agency...
If the horrific garment factory collapse last month in Bangladesh has any silver lining, it is the response from more than 30 of the world's leading apparel companies — including Benetton, PVH, Abercrombie & Fitch, H&M, Inditex (Zara), Marks &...
Just days after the Palatine Community Consolidated School District 15 Board of Education voted in favor of dismissing students early on Fridays to allow teachers time for professional development, the teachers union filed a grievance, saying the schedule...
WASHINGTON — Facing questions about the Justice Department's secret seizure of reporters' phone records, the White House says that it will renew its push for legislation that would offer federal protections to journalists and their sources....
Normally, an academic study as inane as "M&A Confidential: What Happens When Deals Leak" would be dismissed for what it is: a blatant, lame attempt to gin up some public attention for its sponsors. Yet things turned out differently this time — it...
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