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The mom taking her child for music lessons was adamant: She wanted to be called pronto the next time rock singer Rick Springfield showed up at Markee Rehearsal and Recording studios in Deerfield Beach. "We get that a lot," chuckled songwriter Keith...
Two senior U.S. Senate aides were nominated by President Obama to join the Securities and Exchange Commission. Kara M. Stein would replace Elisse B. Walter as a Democratic commissioner and Michael S. Piwowar would succeed Troy A. Paredes as a...
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China agreed to give a U.S. regulator access to documents from Chinese accounting firms, moving toward a resolution of a dispute that could have pushed the country's companies to stop trading on U.S. stock markets. The Public Company Accounting Oversight...
Tribune reporterThe manager of $13 billion in Illinois pension assets is among a group of Wal-Mart investors backing a proposal that would require the require the retailer to detail any incentive or stock compensation it recoups from executives. The Illinois State...
Allentown has a $200 million red ink problem, which, it seems, is the fault of any city politician not currently in office, and a population of 118,000 as of the 2010 census. That $200 million, split 118,000 ways, comes to less than $1,700 per person....
Tribune reporterAllstate Corp. investors voted down two shareholder proposals and approved the re-election of its board members at the Northbrook-based insurer's annual meeting. In preliminary results disclosed at the meeting, individual directors received 92 to 99...
A Boca Raton lawyer was found guilty Monday for his role in a five-year, multimillion-dollar stock market manipulation and fraud scheme, according to acting Assistant U.S. Attorney General Mythili Raman. Attorney Mitchell J. Stein, 53, was convicted...
A San Fernando Valley jeweler at the center of an insider-trading scandal pleaded guilty to a conspiracy charge and agreed to turn over $1.27 million in ill-gotten stock gains made from tips from a top auditor at accounting giant KPMG. Bryan Shaw, 52,...
Tribune Washington BureauWASHINGTON -- Over the last decade, former Navy Secretary Richard J. Danzig, a prominent lawyer, presidential advisor and biowarfare consultant to the Pentagon and the Department of Homeland Security, has urged the government to counter what he called a...
A San Fernando Valley jeweler pleaded guilty Monday to a conspiracy charge in an insider-trading case and agreed to turn over $1.27 million in stock-trading gains made from tips allegedly provided by a then partner at accounting giant KPMG. Bryan Shaw,...
WASHINGTON — Over the last decade, former Navy Secretary Richard J. Danzig, a prominent lawyer, presidential advisor and biowarfare consultant to the Pentagon and the Department of Homeland Security, has urged the government to counter what he...
Almost three years ago, when Goldman Sachs Group Inc. paid $550 million to settle fraud accusations by the Securities and Exchange Commission, one of the claims was that Goldman misled the bond-insurer ACA Financial Guaranty Corp. in a horribly complex...
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