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  • SEC touts its crackdown on insider trading

     
    Even as it fends off criticism in other areas, the Securities and Exchange Commission is pointing to its crackdown on insider trading as proof of its effectiveness....
  • Sundance Film Festival announces its drama, documentary premieres

     
    Sundance Film Festival is perhaps best known for its narrative and dramatic competitions, but the real business in Park City, Utah, is done around the Sundance Film Festival premieres — and none of the features announced Monday has a distribution...
  • SEC accuses Stiefel Laboratories of defrauding employee shareholders

     
    The Securities and Exchange Commission has accused Stiefel Laboratories, a subsidiary of GlaxoSmithKline, and the subsidiary’s former chief executive of defrauding employees and other shareholders by buying back the company’s private stock...
  • Sundance 2012: Is ‘Arbitrage’ this year’s ‘Margin Call'?

     
    Sundance Film Festival: In "Arbitrage," a Wall Street tycoon named Robert Miller (Richard Gere) finds himself in over his head when he makes a colossally bad investment and, if that wasn't enough, falls asleep at the wheel while driving his mistress to...
  • Sundance 2012: Gere, De Niro films bound for theaters

     
    The deals continued to come at the Sundance Film Festival on Wednesday, ensuring that a few more films will have a life outside the Park City, Utah, bubble. Jake Schreier's drama "Robot & Frank" was acquired by Samuel Goldwyn and Sony Pictures Worldwide...
  • The delayed gratification of the Facebook IPO

     
    Now that Facebook has filed the paperwork for its initial public stock offering, it's worth wondering why the company bothered. Its preliminary goal is to raise $5 billion, but its registration statement showed that it's already sitting on nearly $4......
  • L.A. sues Northern Trust, seeks $95 million in lost pension assets

     
    L.A. City Atty. Carmen A. Trutanich filed a multimillion dollar lawsuit against the investment corporation Northern Trust, alleging city pension assets were squandered because the firm placed them in high-risk financial products....
  • Pain at the gas pump: Round up the usual suspects?

     
    $10 billion has been placed in the gasoline futures markets by large hedge funds and commodity pools -- and they're betting that gasoline prices will keep climbing....
  • Stock markets expect to open on time Monday

     
    The New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market were expected to open as usual for trading on Monday, as the worst of Hurricane Irene passed. It wasn't clear how many market employees would be able to get to......
  • SYRIA: Death of popular Sunni cleric stirs unrest in Aleppo

     
    The funeral of an outspoken Sunni cleric who died under tight security in a hospital Tuesday interrupted the calm that has largely prevailed in the Syrian commercial center of Aleppo. Dr. Ibrahim Salkini, the Sunni mufti of Aleppo and dean of theology...
  • L.A. firm accused of stealing millions from investors shut down

     
    The Securities and Exchange Commission has obtained an emergency court order shutting down a Los Angeles company that claimed to invest in life insurance policies, but instead allegedly used investor money to finance the owner’s luxury lifestyle....