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Meryl Streep

Meryl Streep
Actress Meryl Streep was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role for August: Osage County. Streep starred in numerous films throughout her career, including "The Iron Lady," "Julie & Julia," "Doubt" and "The Devil Wears Prada."

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Actress Meryl Streep was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role for August: Osage County. Streep starred in numerous films throughout her career, including "The Iron Lady," "Julie & Julia," "Doubt" and "The Devil Wears Prada."

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  • ATM maker Diebold pays $48 million to settle foreign bribery case

    ATM maker Diebold pays $48 million to settle foreign bribery case
    Diebold Inc., a manufacturer of ATMs, bank security systems and voting machines, has agreed to pay a $48-million penalty to settle charges it bribed officials at government-owned banks in China, Russia and Indonesia in order to win their business. The...
  • Investing along with the crowd

    Investing along with the crowd
    Crowdfunding has raised money to build libraries, make movies and send children on school trips. Soon it may let small investors buy stakes in fledgling companies. Federal regulators proposed rules Wednesday that would allow individuals to invest in...
  • Bank of America is found liable for Countrywide mortgage fraud

    Bank of America is found liable for Countrywide mortgage fraud
    NEW YORK — Bank of America has been found liable for fraud in the sale of faulty loans by its Countrywide mortgage unit, a major victory for the federal government as it continues to pursue cases stemming from the financial crisis. A federal...
  • Twitter sets IPO price range at $17 to $20 a share

    Twitter sets IPO price range at $17 to $20 a share
    SAN FRANCISCO -- Twitter priced its hotly anticipated initial public offering at $17 a share to $20 a share on Thursday in a deal that could value the company at up to $11 billion. Twitter said it would sell 70 million shares. If those are sold, the...
  • Twitter prices IPO below expectations, moves date to Nov. 6

    Twitter prices IPO below expectations, moves date to Nov. 6
    SAN FRANCISCO — Twitter has set the price range of its hotly anticipated initial public offering between $17 and $20 a share, with hopes of raising as much as $1.4 billion. At $20 a share, Twitter would be valued at about $11 billion. That...
  • Herbalife profit up 27% amid soaring sales in China, Latin America

    Herbalife profit up 27% amid soaring sales in China, Latin America
    Nutritional products maker Herbalife Ltd. reported a nearly 27% jump in third-quarter profit amid double-digit sales growth in China and Latin America. The Los Angeles company reported net income of $142 million, or $1.32 a share, for the three months...
  • Abercrombie extends CEO Mike Jeffries' contract, $1.5-million salary

    Abercrombie extends CEO Mike Jeffries' contract, $1.5-million salary
    Abercrombie & Fitch is keeping controversial Chief Executive Mike Jeffries on board for at least another year after his current contract expires in February, ignoring recent calls for the struggling teen apparel company to cut him loose. The retailer...
  • It's time to regulate consumer privacy

    It's time to regulate consumer privacy
    Some of the biggest names in the tech world joined forces Monday to tell Uncle Sam that enough's enough: Quit spying on their customers. AOL, Apple, Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, Microsoft, Twitter and Yahoo said in an open letter to President Obama...
  • Regulators unveil final 'Volcker Rule' to curb bank risk-taking

    Regulators unveil final 'Volcker Rule' to curb bank risk-taking
    WASHINGTON -- Federal regulators on Tuesday unveiled the final version of a rule designed to prevent federally insured banks from engaging in risky trading of stocks and securities, moving to put in place a key regulation called for in the 2010...
  • Regulators OK Volcker rule, curbing big banks' high-risk trades

    Regulators OK Volcker rule, curbing big banks' high-risk trades
    WASHINGTON — Government regulators approved a sweeping new set of rules for the nation's biggest banks that ban them from the kind of ultra-high-risk trading that nearly collapsed the world's financial system. Despite a fierce lobbying effort to...
  • American Airlines' former CEO gets $17-million severance package

    American Airlines' former CEO gets $17-million severance package
    Thomas Horton, who was American Airlines' chief executive when its parent company filed for bankruptcy, will get his severance package valued at about $17 million. That was among the first decisions made by the new American Airlines after it emerged...