Wells Fargo Customer-Repayment Efforts Questioned
Wells Fargo's botched efforts to repay customers hurt by improper fees on car loans and home mortgages are coming under congressional scrutiny.
AT&T Targets DOJ Antitrust Chief in Time Warner Fight
AT&T is considering an unusual bid to seek testimony from the Justice Department's antitrust chief in the coming trial over its $85 billion purchase of Time Warner, part of the companies' effort to challenge the legitimacy of the government's lawsuit.
How Google Benefits From Its Efforts to Block 'Annoying' Ads
Starting on Thursday, Google's Chrome browser will block certain types of online advertisements, a change Google is describing as user friendly. But some in the industry say the ad giant's move is self-serving, and they contend Google overly influenced the process that selected which ad types to block.
Nordstrom Family Tries to Outrun Retail's Woes
Nordstrom's founding family is reinventing their department stores as they restart talks with bankers about financing a buyout-but is the family's vision enough to survive the industry's calamities?
Fannie Mae to Require $3.7 Billion Government Cash Infusion
Fannie Mae reported a net loss of $6.5 billion for the fourth quarter, the result of a one-time accounting charge triggered by the reduction in corporate tax rates.
Goldman Sachs Bolsters M&A Leadership
Goldman Sachs Group is promoting Dusty Philip, an industrials banker, to co-run its merger business, Wall Street's leader.
Dr Pepper Snapple Sales Are Flat as It Plans for Keurig Merger
Dr Pepper Snapple Group Inc. reported flat revenue in its fourth quarter, a few weeks after Keurig Green Mountain announced it was buying the soda giant for nearly $19 billion in cash.
Credit Suisse Sees Green Shoots Despite Taking U.S. Tax Hit
Credit Suisse posted its third-straight annual loss as the U.S. corporate-tax overhaul erased what would have been a healthy return to profit for the Swiss banking giant.
Bunge: Agricultural Firms Need More Than Deals for Profitability
Grain trading firm Bunge reported a quarterly loss, and its CEO said agricultural firms can't count on deals alone to boost profitability as the farm economy struggles.
Forbes Will Pay All of Its Contributors, but Purge the Worst
Forbes has a new message for its network of largely unpaid contributors: Only the strong will survive, but they'll be paid.
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