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Bank of America in $335 Million Settlement Over Countrywide Loans
The DOJ says it's the largest settlement in history over residential fair lending practices.
MF Global Bankruptcy Spooks Investors; First U.S. Casualty of Europe’s Debt Crisis
MF Global Holdings Ltd., the securities firm run by former New Jersey Governor and Goldman Sachs head Jon Corzine, is seeking bankruptcy protection in what is seen as the first major U.S. casualty of Europe's debt crisis.
Freddie Mac CEO and 3 Chairmen to Resign
Freddie Mac CEO Charles E. "Ed" Haldeman Jr. will resign within the next year, according to the government regulator that oversees the mortgage giant.
CBO Report: Wealthiest Americans’ Income Growth Outpaces Middle Class
The CBO reports that the richest 1% of Americans have been getting far richer over the last three decades while the middle class and poor have seen their after-tax household income crawl up in comparison.
Occupy Wall Street Turns One Month Old, Goes Global
President Obama has spoken sympathetically of the leaderless protest movement, Republican candidates have criticized it, Paul Krugman speaks of the group's positive potential while rioters in Rome attest to its destructive potential...
Senate Approves Deal on Spending, Averts Shutdown
Ending weeks of political brinkmanship, Congress finessed a dispute over disaster aid Monday night and advanced legislation to avoid a partial government shutdown only days away.
Ohio Woman Has Same Bank Account for 99 Years
White-haired woman with a chuckle in her voice still has original blue passbook.
SEC’s Schapiro: ‘Flash Crash’ Lessons, One Year Later
SEC Chairman Mary Schapiro spoke to attendees at the Investment Company Institute's General Membership Meeting in Washington on Friday, the first anniversary of the so-called stock market "flash crash."
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