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General Wesley Clark and Lars Thunell have joined Fisterra Energy's board to help lead the newly formed power development company.
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In an editorial published Wednesday, the newspaper announced it would become known as the Fauquier Times.
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Here's something bound to make our Founding Fathers roll over in their graves: Americans have more trust in banks than in Congress.
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A government initiative aimed at saving money by eliminating paper checks is hurting some recipients of federal benefits while earning the bank that operates the program millions in fees charged to consumers.
A 39-year-old man was walking home with friends at Macquarie Fields in the early hours on September 2 when they got into a fight with another group of men.
The new king of social gaming, King.com, is racing toward a big score in the IPO market.
Fifth Third Bancorp on Tuesday boosted its common stock cash dividend by 1 cent, or 9 percent, to 12 cents.
M&T Bank Corp will put a comprehensive plan in place to fix problems with its anti-money laundering policies that had caused regulators to put a hold on its $3.7 billion bid to buy Hudson City Bancorp.
Remember the good old days when investors held banking shares for their safe dividend income? The financial crash shattered that.
Appaloosa hedge fund manager David Tepper is known for outsized returns and good timing on his purchases, earning much of his wealth foreseeing and correctly playing the housing crisis and subsequent financial recovery.
Brazilian Finance Minister Guido Mantega is making obsolete the world's most-popular market for structured notes tied to bonds.
A subsidiary of Deutsche Bahn , the German state-run transport group, is accused of paying up to 315,000 euros in bribes over the past ten years to win contracts in Greece, reports said Tuesday.
Over the past few years, Citigroup Inc has been grappling with an unusual problem - how to incur more U.S. taxes.
June 17 - Britain's top fraud prosecutor is poised to bring criminal charges against former Citigroup Inc and UBS AG trader Thomas Hayes, who is alleged to have been a central figure in a scam to rig global benchmark interest rates, a source familiar with the situation said on Monday.
With everyone in an uproar over the Fed's perceived communication problem , analysts at Deutsche Bank Securities are out with a note that shows Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke's news conferences do indeed have an impact on the market.
Wall Street is ramping up financing to private-equity firms buying homes to rent, helping them accelerate purchases as competition increases and prices jump.
Natasha Salter, from Stoddens Road, and Clare Kingston, from Lynton Road, travelled from Torquay to Burnham in a tandem bike ride to raise funds for MacMillan Cancer Support.