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310 words • intermediate • 3 years, 5 months ago
business
"Supreme Court justices may not make as much as many bankers or lawyers, but the post does come with some pretty nice financial perks. Last week, annual financial returns revealed the ways that justices make cash in addition to their $244,000 annual s..."
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228 words • advanced • 3 years, 3 months ago
business
"A US investigation into currency manipulation has expanded to include the Russian ruble, the Brazilian real and the Argentine peso, Bloomberg reports, citing informed sources. The US Justice Department is looking  into trade operations made by a nu..."

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133 words • advanced • 3 years ago
finance
"The federal government is ordering personal finance company Springleaf Holdings to shed 127 branches in 11 states in order to acquire OneMain Financial Holdings. The required divestiture, announced Friday, would settle an antitrust lawsuit filed by ..."
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151 words • advanced • 3 years, 10 months ago
"The Justice Department has started investigating Moody’s Investors Service,the bond credit rating business of Moody's Corporation, according to The Wall Street Journal's Timothy W. Martin. This comes as the DOJ wraps up a two-year lawsuit againstrati..."
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133 words • advanced • 3 years ago
finance
"The federal government is ordering personal finance company Springleaf Holdings to shed 127 branches in 11 states in order to acquire OneMain Financial Holdings. The required divestiture, announced Friday, would settle an antitrust lawsuit filed by ..."
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133 words • advanced • 3 years ago
finance
"The federal government is ordering personal finance company Springleaf Holdings to shed 127 branches in 11 states in order to acquire OneMain Financial Holdings. The required divestiture, announced Friday, would settle an antitrust lawsuit filed by ..."
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133 words • advanced • 3 years ago
finance
"The federal government is ordering personal finance company Springleaf Holdings to shed 127 branches in 11 states in order to acquire OneMain Financial Holdings. The required divestiture, announced Friday, would settle an antitrust lawsuit filed by ..."
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133 words • advanced • 3 years ago
finance
"The federal government is ordering personal finance company Springleaf Holdings to shed 127 branches in 11 states in order to acquire OneMain Financial Holdings. The required divestiture, announced Friday, would settle an antitrust lawsuit filed by ..."
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133 words • advanced • 3 years ago
finance
"The federal government is ordering personal finance company Springleaf Holdings to shed 127 branches in 11 states in order to acquire OneMain Financial Holdings. The required divestiture, announced Friday, would settle an antitrust lawsuit filed by ..."
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276 words • advanced • 4 years, 5 months ago
"After years of helping Americans with off-shore tax evasion, Credit Suisse is getting off easy in another case of too big to fail. In May, the Swiss bank pleaded guilty to its charge and agreed to a $2.6 billion fine, the largest criminal tax fine in..."
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307 words • advanced • 3 years, 8 months ago
"Washington (AFP) - Bank of New York Mellon will pay $714 million to settle charges it cheated customers of its custodial services in foreign exchange deals, US justice authorities announced Thursday.The bank was accused in civil fraud lawsuits by the..."
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524 words • advanced • 3 years, 1 month ago
business
"WASHINGTON (AP) — Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer had a conflict of interest under federal law when he heard arguments in a case this week despite his wife's ownership of stock in a company involved in the dispute.Supreme Court Clerk Scott Harri..."
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390 words • advanced • 3 years, 3 months ago
business
"On Wednesday, the Justice Department issued a new policy regarding the prosecution of white collar criminals. Amid post-recession complaints from the public that the Wall Street executives responsible for the crash escaped criminal charges and jail t..."

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697 words • advanced • 3 years, 3 months ago
business
"With the fuss with the economy, many consumers are filing considering bankruptcy. Many are filing Chapter 7 (tritely referred to by what name a fresh start bankruptcy ), many others are underneath a wage earner plan also known as Main point 13 Bankru..."
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220 words • advanced • 2 years, 4 months ago
business
"SABMiller Plc. ( SBMRY.PK , SAB.L ), which is in deal to be bought by Belgian brewer Anheuser-Busch InBev NV, or AB InBev ( BUD , AHBIF.PK ), said its first-quarter group net producer revenue or NPR grew 2 percent, driven by price and mix realization..."

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213 words • advanced • 3 years, 9 months ago
"The Department of Justice is investigating JP Morgan for allegedly marking up auto loans for customers based on their race. This was included in the bank's annual report, which was released on Tuesday. So far this is all we know: The Firm is engaged ..."
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214 words • intermediate • 3 years, 1 month ago
business
"A recent investigation carried out by Tax Justice and Governance Platform has revealed that between 2010 and 2014, Nigeria lost $2.1billion as revenue due to what is described as pioneer status scheme granted to oil and gas companies. The report rev..."
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361 words • advanced • 2 years, 8 months ago
business
"As speculated, the Department of Justice (DOJ) has finally filed a civil antitrust lawsuit in an attempt to block the merger between Halliburton Company HAL and Baker Hughes. Let us examine the primary reasons that led DOJ to block a merger valued a..."
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292 words • advanced • 4 years, 4 months ago
"The Justice Department has subpoenaed GM over subprime loan originations. According to a regulatory filing posted online Monday, prosecutors are looking for loan documents stretching back to 2007. In particular, they're looking for info about the und..."

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395 words • advanced • 3 years ago
business
"Runaway inequality is now America’s most critical economic fact of life. In 1970, the ratio of pay between the top 100 CEOs and the average worker was 45 to 1. Today it is a shocking 829 to one! During that time a new economic philosophy set in ..."
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