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  1. BofA's Brian Moynihan elected Chairman of the Board of DirectorsRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 17 | Theflyonthewall.com

    Options Update; September 30, 2014 iPath S&P 500 VIX Short-Term Futures up 37c to 31.18. Option volume leaders: AAPL TSLA NFLX BAC TWTR AMZN HTZ DOW C F NFLX PBR according to Track Data.

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  2. Fitch Affirms MSBAM 2013-C12Read the original story

    1 hr ago | Business Wire

    A detailed list of rating actions follows at the end of this press release. The affirmations reflect the overall stable performance of the pool.

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  3. Rocket Internet prices share sale at top of rangeRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Globe and Mail

    Oliver Samwer, CEO of Rocket Internet, a German venture capital group, speaks at a news conference in Frankfurt on Sept. 24. Oliver Samwer, CEO of Rocket Internet, a German venture capital group, speaks at a news conference in Frankfurt on Sept.

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  4. SEC charges Bank of America with securities laws violationsRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | NewscastMedia.com

    Newscast Media NEW YORK-The Securities and Exchange Commission today charged Bank of America Corporation with violating internal controls and recordkeeping provisions of the federal securities laws after it assumed a large portfolio of structured notes and other financial instruments as part of its acquisition of Merrill Lynch. Bank of America agreed to pay a $7.65 million penalty to settle the charges stemming from regulatory capital overstatements that it made due to its internal accounting control deficiencies and books and records failures.

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  5. Rob Cox: Flurry of ski M&A aims to control weatherRead the original story

    22 hrs ago | Reuters

    The ski business is amid a flurry - not of snow, but of deals. At the center of the action is Vail Resorts, a $3 billion publicly traded operator in an industry traditionally dominated by family and local owners.

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  6. US government accused of illegal seizure in 2008 as AIG trial opensRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The China Post

    The U.S. government's emergency actions in the financial crisis went on trial Monday as lawyers accused it of having illegally seized teetering insurance giant AIG in September 2008. David Boies, the lawyer for Hank Greenberg, the former chairman of American International Group, sought to make a case that there was no need for the government to take the company over even if it appeared insolvent as the financial system was melting down.

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  7. Fitch Downgrades Latam Trust 2007-102Read the original story

    Yesterday | Business Wire

    Fitch's rating of Latam Trust 2007-102 is credit-linked to Fitch's assessment of the reference entity, Sociedad de Inversiones Pampa Calichera S.A. . Fitch's assessment of the company is based upon publicly available information including NRSRO ratings and Fitch's internal credit view.

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  8. Bitcoin Is Growing Up: Now You Can Hedge Your InvestmentsRead the original story

    Yesterday | Bloomberg

    Attendees wait on line to enter the Inside Bitcoins conference in New York, U.S., on April 7, 2014. Close Christian Martin and Leonard Nuara go to a lot of bitcoin conferences, and, at 49 and 55, respectively, they invariably feel old.

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  9. Bitcoin Makes Next Step as Investors Get Ways to Hedge HoldingsRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Washington Post

    Christian Martin and Leonard Nuara go to a lot of bitcoin conferences, and, at 49 and 55, respectively, they invariably feel old. The graybeards are trying to help bitcoin grow up.

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  10. Bank of America paying $7.65M to U.S.Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | USA Today

    The Securities and Exchange Commission says Bank of America will pay $7.65 million to settle allegations that it overstated how much capital it had on its books. Bank of America paying $7.65M to U.S. The Securities and Exchange Commission says Bank of America will pay $7.65 million to settle allegations that it overstated how much capital it had on its books.

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  11. Bank of America paying $7.65M to resolve inquiryRead the original story

    Yesterday | WBTV

    Relatives of the man suspected of beheading a woman at an Oklahoma food distribution center say that after his release from prison on drug and assault charges last year, he told them he wanted to focus on getting... Alton Nolen told relatives after his release from prison on drug and assault charges last year that he wanted to focus on getting his life in order. Oklahoma investigators have not concluded whether a truck driver's inattention was the cause of a highway collision that killed four members of a Texas community college women's softball team.

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  12. BofA to Pay $7.7M SEC Penalty Over Capital OverstatementsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | On Wall Street

    Bloomberg -- Bank of America agreed to pay $7.65 million to settle U.S. regulatory claims that it overstated its capital by billions of dollars after failing to report losses tied to its 2009 purchase of Merrill Lynch & Co. Bank of America misreported its capital from 2009 to 2013 because it didn't realize losses on a portfolio of structured notes and other financial products it acquired in its purchase of Merrill Lynch, the SEC said in a statement today.

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  13. Bond investors on edge as Fed prepares to raise interest ratesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | South China Morning Post

    Bulls vindicated by gains this year may be misreading the US Federal Reserve's resolve to lift interest rates from close to zero Federal Reserve chairman Janet Yellen says a pledge to keep rates low may change if the economy picks up. Photo: AP For bond investors who are convinced a lack of inflation will keep the US Federal Reserve from upending Treasuries when it begins to raise interest rates, there is one parallel in history that suggests they still have cause for concern.

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  14. US accused of illegal 2008 seizure as AIG trial opensRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | West Australian

    The US government's emergency actions in the financial crisis went on trial Monday as lawyers accused it of having illegally seized teetering insurance giant AIG in September 2008. David Boies, the lawyer for Hank Greenberg, the former chairman of American International Group, sought to make a case that there was no need for the government to take the company over even if it appeared insolvent as the financial system was melting down.

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  15. Bank of America fined for overstating capitalRead the original story

    Monday | MarketWatch

    The SEC said Bank of America overstated its regulatory capital by greater and greater amounts in its regulatory filings, eventually reaching billions of dollars. The bank reported the overstatement in April and has been working with regulators to resolve the matter.

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  16. Snowden quietly reaches $1B AUM milestoneRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | InvestmentNews

    As firm picks up $400 million UBS team, execs say it is fully capitalized and on its way to around 100 advisers in its partnership A relatively quiet player in the hybrid broker-dealer and investment adviser business, Snowden Lane Partners, has put its name on the map after picking up a $400 million team of advisers from UBS Wealth Management Americas and crossing $1 billion in assets under management. The firm, which was founded in 2011 by Robert Mooney, former general counsel at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, is getting more aggressive after becoming fully capitalized in December 2013.

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  17. BofA to Pay $7.7 Million SEC Fine for Overstating Capital in Merrill Acq.Read the original story

    Monday | Mortgage Lender Implode-O-Meter

    ``Bank of America Corp. (BAC:US) agreed to pay $7.65 million to settle U.S. regulatory claims that it overstated its capital by billions of dollars after failing to report losses tied to its 2009 purchase of Merrill Lynch & Co. '' -- Well this seems light, to say the least...

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  18. Abe's Reform Agenda For 63 Day Special Japanese Diet SessionRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Forbes.com

    I worked in Japan for more than 12 years in the eighties and nineties, in Osaka, Nagoya and Tokyo with the U. S. State Department, Citibank and Merrill Lynch. After many more years in China in banking and consulting, I am back in Tokyo conducting the business of Yangtze Century Ltd. and producing this blog.

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  19. Bankruptcy Attorney Stephen Rutenberg Joins Kaye ScholerRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 26 | JD Journal

    Summary: Noted bankruptcy attorney Stephen Rutenberg joined Kaye Scholer LLP earlier this month. Rutenberg was a partner in the Bankruptcy & Restructuring Department of Sidley Austin in New York.

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  20. Macau Junkets on Losing StreakRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 1, 2014 | Wall Street Journal

    Fueling the glittering casinos of the world's largest gambling center is an informal and largely unregulated financial system known as junkets. Junket operators tap personal relationships reaching deep inside China to recruit gamblers, bring them to Macau, lend them money to bet with-and later handle the sometimes-messy business of debt collection.

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