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How A 56-Year-Old Engineer’s $45,000 Loss Spurred SEC Probe

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The civil engineer's loss on a Credit Suisse exchange-traded note (ETN) shows why banks are being pressured by the SEC to beef up disclosures on the products.

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Ex-BP Worker Settles SEC Insider Trading Claims On Spill

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A former official of BP Plc will pay $224,000 to settle U.S. claims that he traded securities based on inside information about the magnitude of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, the SEC said.

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Wealth Effect Failing To Move Wealthy To Spend

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Consumer spending has been exceptionally weak once wealth is accounted for, according to new research.

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Hedge Funds Accelerated 2008 Meltdown, Researcher Says

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Hedge funds may have been to blame for helping spread the financial crisis of 2008, according to new research.

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U.S. Said To Warn Money Managers of More Russia Sanctions

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Officials from the Treasury Department and the National Security Council met in Washington with mutual-fund and hedge-fund managers, according to a person who attended.

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Koch Brothers Net Worth Tops $100 Billion As TV Warfare Escalates

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Billionaire brothers Charles and David Koch added $1.3 billion to their collective fortune yesterday on reports that U.S. industrial production gained more than forecast.

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Putin Bank Trail Runs From Communist Cash To Billionaires

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Bank Rossiya’s rise from a Communist Party shell company to a conglomerate with $12.6 billion of assets dovetails with President Vladimir Putin’s own ascent to power.

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American Funds Asks Clients to Fix Passwords Over Heartbleed

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The third-largest manager of U.S. mutual funds urged 800,000 customers to change account passwords to protect themselves against a notorious computer bug.

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How U.S. Agents Baited Romanian Hackers

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The Secret Service and FBI are investigating an increasing number of attacks on U.S. retailers’ data, including credit card accounts.

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Government Claws Back Tax Refunds, Social Security For Decades-Old Debt

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Across the nation, hundreds of thousands of taxpayers who are expecting refunds this month are instead getting letters that the government has confiscated their check.

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