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'Living Wills' For Five Big Banks Fail U.S. Regulators' Test

Reuters | Adam Goldberg | Posted 04.13.2016 | Business

By Lisa Lambert WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Five out of eight of the biggest U.S. banks do not have credible plans for winding down operations during a cri...

Poland as a rock star

Pawel Adamowicz | Posted 04.11.2016 | World
Pawel Adamowicz

200 people found new jobs in State Street's new branch in Gdansk, and another several hundred may find till the end of 2016. Jay Hooley, CEO of State ...

Black Friday Magic

Pam Ferderbar | Posted 11.26.2016 | Comedy
Pam Ferderbar

When I was a kid, on the day after Thanksgiving my mom and dad would take me to Chicago to see the Christmas lights and decorations on Michigan Avenue. I felt like a grown up in the bustling big city, bumping into ladies in high-heeled boots and fur coats, and men carrying stacks of big department store boxes and fancy-looking shopping bags.

Shahien Nasiripour

Biggest Banks Have 'Little To Cheer' As U.S. Tightens Rules | Shahien Nasiripour | Posted 07.03.2013 | Politics

Big banks were warned of further government-inflicted pain, small banks won concessions and mortgage lenders were granted a reprieve as the Federal Re...

You Are Beautiful

Leslie Goldman | Posted 04.03.2013 | Good News
Leslie Goldman

I spotted my first You Are Beautiful sticker on the blue inside lip of a U.S. Mailbox. I opened it to send a bill and was greeted by a small, silver pick-me-up. "You Are Beautiful," the mailbox told me. And I smiled inside.

Bank CEOs Air Grievances With Dodd-Frank

Reuters | Posted 07.02.2012 | Business

* Bank CEOs express concerns about Dodd-Frank rules * Fed's Tarullo listens but does not respond at meeting * Stress tes...

Are the SEC and Citigroup Deceiving A Federal Judge?

Dennis M. Kelleher | Posted 01.17.2012 | Business
Dennis M. Kelleher

In light of the financial meltdown, many thought that, finally, the Wall Street cop -- the SEC -- was back on the beat. Sadly, the agency's recent settlement with Citigroup makes it look like they are still more interested in appearing tough than being tough.

SEC Probing Whether Banks Overcharged Customers For Trades

Posted 07.24.2011 | Business

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is probing whether two major banks made proper representations to pension-fund clients about how their cu...

Big Institutional Investor Being Investigated By SEC

Posted 07.12.2011 | Business

State Street Corp, the world's third largest institutional investor, said it was under investigation by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) f...

Chicago's Big Shoulders Get an Eyeball to Match

Victoria Lautman | Posted 05.25.2011 | Chicago
Victoria Lautman

On July 7, when Chicago-based artist Tony Tasset unveils his two public commissions on State Street for the Chicago Loop Alliance, viewers will be anything but neutral.

State Street Sued: Jerry Brown, California AG, Sues Bank For "Unconscionable Fraud"

Posted 05.25.2011 | Business

Citing "unconscionable fraud," California Attorney General Jerry Brown announced a major lawsuit today against State Street Bank and Trust. Brown seek...

GM Losers: 30 Shareholders That Could Get Hurt By Bankruptcy | Rick Newman | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business

If General Motors declares bankruptcy, some of its investors--including bondholders, other secured lenders, and the U.S. government--are likely to get...

Greening Hollywood: Santa Barbara's Film Festival, An Eco-Heaven-By-The-Sea

Paige Donner | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
Paige Donner

Santa Barbara is an eco-tourist's heaven. There are many organic food restaurants and a few outstanding organic spas for the travel and film-screening-weary.

Cuomo Investigates Bailout Bonuses At Banking Companies

New York Times | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business

The New York attorney general has expanded his investigation of bonus payments to Wall Street executives whose banking companies are receiving $125 bi...

Back When ...

James Berman | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business
James Berman

It makes more sense to invest for the probability that the world will outlive this collapse -- as surely as it did all others in history -- instead of for the remote possibility that the apocalypse is finally upon us.