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  • Russia becomes 156th member of WTO, 19 years after application

    Russia becomes 156th member of WTO, 19 years after application
    It took nearly 20 years of negotiations, but Russia was finally welcomed into the World Trade Organization on Wednesday. The largest economy outside the WTO until now, Russia will become the international trade group’s 156th member. The U.S. joined...
  • Target: Hundreds of City Targets? No holiday sales?

    Target: Hundreds of City Targets? No holiday sales?
    Even though Americans are entering the all-important holiday season still skittish, Target Corp. doesn’t want to follow the pack with steep markdowns. The "ultra-competitive nature" of the Black Friday and Christmas shopping crush means that...
  • Dow hits a record, but who's reaping the rewards?

    Dow hits a record, but who's reaping the rewards?
    You've heard the old joke about the stockbroker showing a friend all the luxuries he's bought with the commissions paid by his customers — big house, big car, big yacht. And the friend asks, "But where are the customers' yachts?" The joke needs...
  • PASSINGS: Dolores Wilson, Sidney J. Weinberg Jr.

    PASSINGS: Dolores Wilson, Sidney J. Weinberg Jr.
    Dolores Wilson Opera singer also was on Broadway Dolores Wilson, 82, a soprano who found fame on the opera stage and later on Broadway, died Sept. 28, said Jordan Strohl, an administrator at the Lillian Booth Actors Fund Home in Englewood, N.J., where...
  • 'Smash' recap: Ellis stirs up drama with a capital 'D'

     
    Last week, I mentioned that the “Glee” bug had bit “Smash” right in the cortex, and that hasn’t changed. In fact, this week, we got no showtunes at all; the one original song, “Touch Me,” was written by...
  • Sutter Brown's bark still rings in Kathleen Brown's ears [updated]

     
    Kathleen Brown is the former state treasurer and Democratic Party gubernatorial standard bearer, not to mention sister of the current governor. But her most important role in state history, at least as seen through the modern media, may be as the former...
  • Weinstein Co. closes new financing deal

     
    Weinstein Co. has closed a deal for a new $150-million film financing facility with Union Bank of California....
  • Wall Street's Ivy League pipeline faces growing criticism

     
    The battle for the hearts and minds of America's best and brightest is heating up. As the Times reported earlier this fall, students and professors on elite college campuses have been criticizing the high proportion of smartstudents who go to work in...
  • SEC enforcement chief defends agency

     
    The head of the Securities and Exchange Commission's enforcement unit doesn't take kindly to criticism, even if it's from a federal judge. Robert Khuzami praised the agency's track record in cracking down on Wall Street fraud -- and defended a...
  • Jon Corzine's troubles build after MF Global bankruptcy

     
    As MF Global's bankruptcy recedes further into the past its problems are not going away. Since the firm, which was led by former Goldman Sachs chairman and U.S. Senator Jon Corzine, declared bankruptcy on Halloween each new week has brought forward...
  • Citigroup shares slip after bank announces 4,500 layoffs

     
    Citigroup Inc. shares fell on Wednesday after Chief Executive Vikram Pandit said the bank will lay off 4,500 employees as it attempts to trim costs in an "extremely challenging operating environment."...