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2015/05/29 17:57
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But in New York on Wednesday, shortly after 10.30am, in the federal prosecutor’s office in Brooklyn, all such pretensions to obscurity vanished. Loretta Lynch, formally installed as America’s chief...
2015/05/29 17:57
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2015/05/29 12:39
2015/05/29 12:39
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Studying events like the 2008 financial crisis in hindsight leads many to ask, "How could they have gotten it so wrong?" New research by University of Michigan professor Martin Schmalz finds that...
2015/05/27 19:13
2015/05/27 19:13
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Consumers are in a holding pattern because the economic crisis is "still fresh in their minds," a Discover Financial Services executive says. He also said U.S. employment gains are illusory and...
2015/05/26 20:27
2015/05/26 20:27
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Deutsche Bank "overstated" the value of a multi-billion-dollar portfolio of sophisticated derivatives during the height of the financial crisis, leading it to file inaccurate financial statements for...
2015/05/26 14:49
2015/05/26 14:49
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FRANKFURT-- Deutsche Bank AG has agreed to pay $55 million to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to settle allegations it hid paper losses of more than $1.5 billion during the financial...
2015/05/26 05:16
2015/05/26 05:16
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The US Fed's rate-setting committee will go into its June meeting with an "open mind" about whether to raise the central bank's benchmark rate, says Loretta Mester. Photo / Getty Accelerating...
2015/05/24 00:58
2015/05/24 00:58
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... Today) -- Employers are recruiting freshly minted college graduates more intensively this spring and not just to be food servers, cashiers and call center representatives. Melissa Remmey, 22,...
2015/05/23 03:19
2015/05/23 03:19
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F Pablo Solares, left, from Miller's Supplies at Work, shakes hands after speaking with GMU student Amanda Magill as she joins graduates and other students looking for full-time employment or summer...
2015/05/22 00:16
2015/05/22 00:16
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Investors yawned at the news on Wednesday that five of the world's biggest banks, including JPMorgan Chase & Co and Citigroup, agreed to plead guilty in a currency- rigging probe. They're among six...
2015/05/20 23:20
2015/05/20 23:20
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College and universities that churn out students who default on their federal loans should be forced to bear some of the brunt of those costs, senators said Wednesday in a bipartisan push to try to...
2015/05/19 10:27
2015/05/19 10:27
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And nearly half of the high-income earners say law enforcement and regulatory authorities in their country are ineffective "in detecting, investigating and prosecuting securities violations." Two...
2015/05/18 13:48
2015/05/18 13:48
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Officials pointed to the large amount of Bronxites working in wholesale food distribution as one reason for the borough's high wages. View Full Caption THE BRONX — New Yorkers looking for a high...
2015/05/18 10:06
2015/05/18 10:06
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In Bushworld, in other words, playing a central role in catastrophic policy failure doesn’t disqualify you from future influence. If anything, a record of being disastrously wrong on national security...
2015/05/17 08:31
2015/05/17 08:31
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St. Clare/St. Paul School students visit the New York City where they stopped at the Stock Exchange, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Trinity Church, St. Paul Chapel, the 9/11 Memorial and the 9/11...
2015/05/17 07:56
2015/05/17 07:56
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Industrial output falls for 5th month Published: Saturday, May 16, 2015, 12:01 a.m. WASHINGTON � A plunge in energy-related drilling and sluggish manufacturing sent U.S. industrial output down for a...
2015/05/15 14:15
2015/05/15 14:15
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New York business conditions returned to expansion mode this month, although not as strongly as economists expected, according to data released Friday by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. The...
2015/05/15 14:04
2015/05/15 14:04
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WASHINGTON (AP) - Factory activity in New York increased slightly in May, as manufacturers are beginning to adapt to the challenges caused by a stronger dollar, lower oil prices and restrained...
2015/05/15 05:24
2015/05/15 05:24
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MARIETTA — The number of foreclosed Cobb properties advertised for auction so far this year is down compared to last year, following a national trend of fewer distressed properties. So far this year,...
2015/05/14 19:58
2015/05/14 19:58
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People in the Bronx employed in "spectator sports" were paid a total $281 million in 2013. The president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Bill Dudley, trekked up to the Bronx last week to...
2015/05/13 07:57
2015/05/13 07:57
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WASHINGTON -- U.S. household debt levels mostly were unchanged in the first three months of this year, held back by tight mortgage credit standards and consumer reluctance to borrow heavily. Total...
2015/05/29 17:57
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