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Standard Register Agrees to Sale as Part of Bankruptcy
The print and marketing company has filed for reorganization as part of which it would be sold to existing lender Silver Point Capital.
Will GE Cut Back on Middle-Market Lending?
The 'systemically important' designation and the perceived riskiness of its finance unit have GE contemplating more drastic cuts to its lending businesses.
Lumber Liquidators Tries to Regain Its Footing
The flooring company's stock rebounded after it offered its customers free safety testing of the product installed in their homes.
Ex-RBS Trader Pleads Guilty to CLO Fraud
“Fraud in the fixed income markets is a secret and unfair tax on investors everywhere,” said a U.S. attorney.
Box Shares Plunge As Earnings Disappoint
Newly public Box reports higher revenue than estimated, but also records its fifth straight quarter of slowing growth.
BofA’s Capital Plan Criticized in Fed Stress Tests
The U.S. approved the capital plans of 29 of the 31 largest U.S. banks, including BofA, but failed the U.S. arms of Deutsche Bank and Santander.
Univision Buyers to Cash Out in IPO
The Spanish-language media company's public listing could raise as much as $1 billion and value the company at $20 billion.
China’s Economic Slowdown Continues
Industrial production, retail sales, and fixed-asset investment all grew more slowly in the first two months of 2015.
Businesses Still Lax Over Payment Card Security
Retailers and merchants still have a lot of work to do to stay compliant with international payment data security standards.
House Bill Would Quantify Taxpayer Support of Banks
HR 888 would force the Federal Reserve to measure the financial benefits that banks receive from being 'too big to fail,' says one of the bill's authors.
Junk Bond Protections Fall to Record Low
Investors' hunger for yield is leading to still-weaker covenant protections on noninvestment-grade corporate bonds.
Tesla Has Bumpy Ride in China
The electric car company is cutting 30% of its Chinese workforce due to lower-than-forecast sales.
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