The firm behind the statue is paying millions to settle claims that it underpaid female executives.
“Waiting for Superman” (2010) was a propaganda movie promoting charter schools. I call this blog “Waiting for Evidence,” because
None of the eight systemically important banks, which the U.S. government considers "too big to fail," fared well in the evaluations.
When I was a kid, on the day after Thanksgiving my mom and dad would take me to Chicago to see the Christmas lights and decorations on Michigan Avenue. I felt like a grown up in the bustling big city, bumping into ladies in high-heeled boots and fur coats, and men carrying stacks of big department store boxes and fancy-looking shopping bags.
Jamie Dimon, JPMorgan chief executive, said in October 2011 that in response to Basel III’s treatment of risk-weighted assets
* Stress tests also discussed at meeting "To the extent that banks find the single counterparty position limit onerous, this
In light of the financial meltdown, many thought that, finally, the Wall Street cop -- the SEC -- was back on the beat. Sadly, the agency's recent settlement with Citigroup makes it look like they are still more interested in appearing tough than being tough.
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State Street Corp, the world's third largest institutional investor, said it was under investigation by the Securities and
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If General Motors declares bankruptcy, some of its investors--including bondholders, other secured lenders, and the U.S. government
Santa Barbara is an eco-tourist's heaven. There are many organic food restaurants and a few outstanding organic spas for the travel and film-screening-weary.