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  • In N.C., banks are a reliable source of campaign cash for Sen. Hagan

    WASHINGTON U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan has received $962,000 since 2008 from employees and political action committees of industries under the jurisdiction of the Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee, on which she served for much of her first term....
  • Brazil keeps interest rates steady ahead of election

    BRASILIA (Reuters) - Brazil held interest rates steady for a third straight time on Wednesday, signaling it is in no rush to help an economy that fell into recession just weeks before a heated presidential election. The central bank's monetary policy...
  • Severe consequences for UK if Scotland leaves: Goldman

    LONDON (Reuters) - A Scottish vote for independence from the United Kingdom this month could have serious consequences for the Scottish and UK economies, Goldman Sachs said in a research note on Wednesday. Goldman Sachs economist Kevin Daly said that...
  • Judge denies ex-Goldman trader's request to toss pay dispute ruling

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - A New York state judge on Wednesday ruled against a former Goldman Sachs Group Inc trader who wanted the court to toss an arbitration panel's decision in his pay dispute against the firm. New York State Supreme Court Justice Eileen...
  • PwC must face $1 billion lawsuit over MF Global advice

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - A federal judge on Wednesday ordered PricewaterhouseCoopers to face a $1 billion lawsuit claiming that its bad accounting advice was a substantial cause of the October 2011 bankruptcy of MF Global Holdings Ltd, a brokerage run by...
  • Exclusive: OtterBox maker explores $2.5 billion-plus sale: sources

    (Reuters) - Otter Products LLC, the privately held company that makes the OtterBox protective cases for mobile phones, is exploring a sale that could value the company at more than $2.5 billion, including debt, according to people familiar with the...
  • Wal-Mart México dice ventas aumentan en agosto, recorta inversión 2014

    MONTERREY México (Reuters) - Wal-Mart de México (Walmex), la cadena minorista más grande del país, dijo el miércoles que sus ventas comparables subieron un 3.5 por ciento interanual en agosto beneficiadas por un calendario favorable, pero anunció un...
  • Investors expect banks to raise $67.02 billion after ECB tests: survey

    London (Reuters) - The European Central Bank's landmark review of euro-zone banks will have to ask lenders to raise an additional 51 billion euros ($67.02 billion) to be credible with markets, a Goldman Sachs survey of large institutional investors has...
  • Eric Cantor latest politician to move to Wall Street

    Former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor became the latest politician to move to Wall Street, taking a high-paying job at investment bank Moelis & Co. and boosting the profile of the boutique firm founded in Century City. Cantor, 51, who resigned last...
  • U.S. bank regulators set to adopt liquidity, swaps margin rules

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. bank regulators plan to adopt on Wednesday rules forcing big banks to hold more assets that they could sell easily in a credit crunch, a requirement that is closely linked to the experience of the 2007-2009 financial crisis....
  • Rhyme and reason: The Times readers' best opinionated poems

    Rhyme and reason: The Times readers' best opinionated poems
    Once again, the poets came through. When we asked readers to submit opinionated poems for this year's Op-Ed poetry pages, we heard from nearly 1,000 of you. Your poems dealt with just about every aspect of modern life — with war and peace, with...
  • Insider traders in U.S. face longer prison terms, Reuters analysis shows

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. judges are imposing increasingly long prison terms for insider trading, a Reuters analysis shows. The rise is at least partly driven by the bigger profits being earned through the illegal schemes, defense lawyers said. The trend...