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  • Herbalife is rocked by new crisis

     Herbalife is rocked by new crisis
    This was the last thing Herbalife Ltd. needed. Just as the Los Angeles company appeared to be regaining its footing from a Wall Street hedge fund manager's assault, the company's auditor resigned abruptly because of an alleged insider-trading scandal....
  • When Buffett gets Heinz, he'll also add Burger King CEO Hees

    When Buffett gets Heinz, he'll also add Burger King CEO Hees
    Fast food giant Burger King Worldwide Inc. said it will lose its chief executive Bernardo Hees to H.J. Heinz Co. once billionaire financier Warren Buffett wraps up his acquisition of the ketchup company with 3G Capital. Corporate poaching this...
  • In KPMG insider trading case, crime and blunders alleged

    In KPMG insider trading case, crime and blunders alleged
    It's the kind of audacious but small-stakes insider trading that normally wouldn't have merited much attention. Golfing buddies Scott London and Bryan Shaw netted just $1.3 million, a blip in a world where Wall Street kingpins pocket hundreds of...
  • Duncan Hines owner Pinnacle Foods jumps after IPO

    Duncan Hines owner Pinnacle Foods jumps after IPO
    Just like its popular Duncan Hines cake mixes, packaged foods company Pinnacle Foods Inc. was on the rise Thursday morning after raising $580 million in an initial public offering. The company -- which owns an array of popular brands including Birds...
  • 'With Charity for All' looks beyond the glossy appeals

     'With Charity for All' looks beyond the glossy appeals
    Americans just love feeling philanthropic. In any debate over cutting tax breaks in the income tax system, the deduction for charitable donations is always held sacred — even more than that other sacred cow, the mortgage deduction. It's a rare...
  • Occupy Wall Street: The new Populists?

    Occupy Wall Street: The new Populists?
    They call themselves the 99 Percenters. "We are occupying Wall Street," they say, encamped by the hundreds in a park dubbed Liberty Square in Lower Manhattan's financial district, and now seconded by satellite groups at L.A.'s City Hall, in San...
  • Argentina president Fernandez proposes oil firm nationalization

     
    Argentinan president Cristina Fernandez proposal to nationalize a majority interest in the country's biggest oil company is a reaction to rising imports....
  • The Morning Fix: Out at Overture! Icahn and Lions Gate continue battle. Sony gets its Spider-Man

     
    After the coffee. Before wishing happy birthday and a better year ahead to Lindsay Lohan. Over at Overture. The departure of Chris McGurk and Danny Rosett, the chief executive and chief operating officer, respectively, of Liberty Media's Overture Films...
  • Facebook says ticker symbol will be FB, annual revenue $3.7 billion

     
    Facebook files its much-anticipated IPO, says ticker symbol will be "FB."...
  • Facebook IPO: 'FB' on Nasdaq or NYSE?

     
    Questions, questions, there are so many questions surrounding Facebook's expected initial public offering. Of course, the main question is when will the world's largest social network file its S-1 paperwork for its IPO. Well, this much we know -- it isn't...
  • A third straight annual gain for stocks? Just maybe . . .

     
    Wednesday's big rally on Wall Street puts the stock market back within striking distance of posting a gain for 2011 -- if the bulls can stay in control in December. That's a big "if," of course, given the still-dangerous situation......