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  • Broadcom considers sale of cellular broadband business

    Broadcom considers sale of cellular broadband business
    Broadcom Corp. said it will explore strategic options for its cellular baseband business, including a possible sale. The company has hired JPMorgan Chase & Co. to assist. A sale or wind-down of the business is expected to reduce expenses by about $700...
  • L.A. sues JPMorgan Chase, alleges predatory home loans to minorities

    L.A. sues JPMorgan Chase, alleges predatory home loans to minorities
    The city of Los Angeles accused JPMorgan Chase & Co. of steering minority borrowers into risky home loans they couldn’t afford, triggering a foreclosure wave that hammered property values and city coffers. In a lawsuit filed Friday in U.S....
  • Mortgage servicer called out for bad performance

    Mortgage servicer called out for bad performance
    Most mortgage servicing companies are doing a better job of complying with new servicing rules but one company, Green Tree Servicing LLC, failed several tests and needs to make substantial improvements, according to a report issued Wednesday. During...
  • Citigroup earnings beat analyst estimates

    Citigroup earnings beat analyst estimates
    Citigroup Inc. reported an unexpected profit increase and beat analysts' estimates as the company recouped funds previously set aside for bad loans and cut losses at a division holding unwanted assets. First-quarter net income climbed 3.5 percent to $3....
  • Happy Days Are Here ... Almost, Economists Tell Business Audience

    CROMWELL — We keep hearing about a strong economic recovery. It's out there somewhere, certainly in North Dakota, but not yet in Connecticut, at least not the kind of gains that can, say, easily get a governor re-elected. But hang on, economists...
  • Mortgage-related legal costs sock BofA with $276-million loss

    Mortgage-related legal costs sock BofA with $276-million loss
    Socked by mortgage-related legal expenses, Bank of America Corp. lost $276 million during the first quarter, sending its stock down sharply. The quarterly loss, its first in 2½ years, came despite lower loan losses and better than expected results in...
  • Is stress of Wall Street killing its bankers?

    It's probably just a sad coincidence, but the sudden deaths since December of a group of young men who worked for JPMorgan Chase & Co. (or who once did) have conspiracy theorists in a tizzy. For the less conspiracy-minded, the deaths again raise a...
  • Focus of campaign to boost the minimum wage shifts to the local level

    Congressional action to raise the minimum wage may have stalled, but a grass-roots campaign to lift basic pay is picking up steam at city halls and state legislatures — and probably heading to ballot boxes in the Bay Area. Cities nationwide,...
  • Bill Daley joining Swiss hedge fund

    Bill Daley joining Swiss hedge fund
    Former Illinois Democratic gubernatorial candidate and White House chief of staff Bill Daley has joined a Swiss hedge fund, Argentiere Capital, as a managing partner and head of U.S. operations but will remain based in Chicago. Daley, 65, said in an...
  • Wall Street's overlords always win in arbitration

    Larry Stone is just your typical wealthy businessman who trusted millions of his hard-earned dollars to Colin Gordon, a hedge-fund manager at the now defunct Bear Stearns, and then lost most of those millions when the hedge fund crashed and burned in...