Two Accused of Insider Trading on Mobileye Deal
The case is the second alleging traders made illegal profits based on nonpublic information about Intel's $15.3 billion takeover of Mobileye.
PwC Settles $3B Suit Over MF Global Collapse
The firm was accused of "extraordinary" negligence in approving the accounting treatment for MF Global's investments in European soveriegn debt.
Mexican Homebuilder Accused of $3.3B Fraud
The SEC says Desarrolladora Homex faked sales of more than 100,000 homes, on many of which it had not even broken ground.
Toshiba to Sell Stake in Memory Chip Business
The beleaguered company needs cash to offset an imminent writedown that Japanese media have estimated at $6 billion.
United Profit Falls 52% But Beats Estimates
The airline also reported that unit revenue outperformed its initial guidance, another indication that the industry's revenue outlook is improving.
Major Banks’ Earnings Beat Q4 Expectations
Consumer banking is driving growth, with deposits and interest income rising at Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase, and Wells Fargo.
Staples, Office Depot Stocks Dive on Merger Demise
The two office supply giants scuttled their proposed $6.3 billion merger after a judge said regulators had shown it would be anticompetitive.
U.S. Treasury Gets Record $97.8B From Fed
The surge in the Fed's remittances to Treasury reflects in part the interest earned from its bond-buying programs to stimulate the economy.
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