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  • Obama: Bonuses earned by some

     
    by Mark Silva President Barack Obama and others around the White House have had plenty to say about the bonuses which executives at bailed out Wall Street firms have collected, but there are some that the president doesn't "begrudge''' --......
  • Correction from the White House: Obama is not keen on banker bonuses

     
    Lest there be any mistake, the White House would like everyone to know that President Obama has no warm feelings about banker bonuses. The White House went into action after the financial news service Bloomberg put up an article on......
  • 'Too big to fail' gets even bigger

     
    JPMorgan Chase & Co. has taken lots of heat for being "too big to fail," but that is not stopping the nation's second-largest bank from getting even bigger. The New York-based bank said Tuesday that it had agreed to pay......
  • Brand X Files: Max Headroom returns. Liberals are smarter than consevatives. Courtney Love overshares.

     
    Rise and shine Los Angeles! It's the first day of Spring! Here's your Brand X morning round-up of news from around the 'net:Stewardess fist fight causes flight to be canceled: A heated altercation between two airline stewardesses caused a flight to be...
  • PR problems at Goldman Sachs don't keep away clients

     
    As Goldman Sachs’ public relations problems have reached epic levels, everyone, including the company, has been waiting for the bad image to scare off clients. Well, the wait will continue. New rankings from the first quarter of 2010 suggest that......
  • Wall Street Roundup: Goldman's defense. American consumption.

     
    Greenspan testifies. In the first of three days of hearings on the financial crisis, Alan Greenspan told members of Congress this morning that subprime loans should not be blamed for the crisis. Goldman's defense. Goldman Sachs released a letter this........
  • Wall Street Roundup: Double dip? Fighting for GM.

     
    Market jitters continue. Stock markets in Europe fell upon concern about the health of Spain's banks and the military tension in the Korean peninsula. Double dip? The Wall Street Journal decides to play up an opinion piece arguing that a......
  • Wall Street Roundup: Congressional stock bettors. Obama's and Dimon's breakup

     
    Bad news on jobs. The number of people filing for unemployment claims rose unexpectedly last week, the Labor Department reported, pointing to the continued weakness of the labor market. Grilling BP. A day after meeting with President Obama and promising.....
  • Wall Street Roundup: Obama's Wall Street snubs. Banks report good earnings.

     
    Hanging on Bernanke's words. Wall Street is eagerly awaiting Ben Bernanke's appearance today in front of the Senate Banking Committee, looking for signs about the durability of the current economic recovery. Banks report good earnings. After Goldman Sachs...
  • U.S. engineers sale of WaMu to JPMorgan

    In the biggest bank failure in U.S. history, Washington Mutual Bank was seized late Thursday by federal regulators and immediately sold to JPMorgan Chase & Co. for $1.9 billion. Customer deposits will be secure, regulators said, but shareholders of the...
  • JPMorgan, Citigroup halting foreclosures

    WASHINGTON (AP) - JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Citigroup Inc. are expanding their efforts to halt home foreclosures while the Obama administration develops its plans to help the U.S. housing market. JPMorgan Chief Executive Jamie Dimon said the New York...
  • President Obama To Banks: "We Want Our Money Back"

    President Obama To Banks: "We Want Our Money Back"
    Vowing to recover "every single dime the American people are owed," President Obama today proposed a new tax on the nation's largest financial institutions to recover projected losses from the government's bailouts. "We want our money back and we're...