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U.S. stocks fell, following a two- week rally, amid concern about a worsening of Europe’s debt crisis as Spanish bond yields climbed to a euro-era record.
The judge who will sentence former Goldman Sachs Group Inc. Director Rajat Gupta for insider trading has a track record of cutting the government’s recommended punishment in some cases by half or more.
Despite noise from shareholders, the median pay of the nation’s 200 top-paid C.E.O.’s was $14.5 million last year, an increase of 5% from the year earlier.
A growing number of community banks are putting themselves up for sale or looking to combine with rivals, with some citing the burden of new regulation.
After being largely unprepared for the extreme stress of the 2008 crisis, big banks in the United States are determined to be ready this time.
Facebook, in a motion that seeks to consolidate several shareholder lawsuits, provided the first glimpse of the social network’s defense of its bungled I.P.O.
According to data by Morgan Stanley, purchases by central banks have contributed to a shortage of dollars amounting to $2 trillion.
United Teachers Los Angeles members have approved a one-year contract that would shorten the school year and reduce pay in order to save more than 4,000 jobs.
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