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London Stock Exchange CEO Watches His Biggest Merger Bet Die
The biggest deal in former Goldman trader Xavier Rolet's career is dead, and so are his plans for imminent retirement. While Rolet, chief executive officer of the London Stock Exchange Group Plc, has pulled off a string of successful deals, his quest ...
EU vetos Deutsche Boerse-London Stock Exchange merger deal  Reuters
EU Blocks Merger of London Stock Exchange and Deutsche B�rse  New York Times
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Interior secretary reopens federal coal mining
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has ended the federal government's Obama-era moratorium on coal-mining leases on federal land. Zinke signed an order repealing the pause in leases Wednesday in his Washington, D.C.
Trump promised to bring back coal jobs. That promise 'will not be kept ...  Washington Post
North Korea May Be Key to Trump's Coal Ambitions  Bloomberg
The House just voted to wipe away the FCC's landmark Internet privacy protections
Congress sent proposed legislation to President Trump on Tuesday that wipes away landmark online privacy protections, the first salvo in what is likely to become a significant reworking of the rules governing Internet access in an era of Republican ...
How the Republicans Sold Your Privacy to Internet Providers  New York Times
The US Eliminating Rules On Data Privacy Poses A Serious Threat To Consumers  Huffington Post
Westinghouse files for bankruptcy, in a blow to nuclear power industry
Westinghouse, one of the most storied names in the nuclear energy business, filed for bankruptcy Wednesday, dealing a blow to the future of the nuclear power industry and leaving questions about the fate of four reactors under construction in the ...
Westinghouse files for bankruptcy protection  Tribune-Review
Westinghouse files for bankruptcy over US projects  E&E News
Pending home sales see warm spring surge, up 5.5%
The warmest weather in several decades and the potential for higher interest rates later this year sent home shoppers flooding back into the nation's neighborhoods in February.
Pending home sales surge to 10-month high  Reuters
Pending Home Sales Leap 5.5 Percent in February  PR Newswire (press release)
Wells Fargo to pay $110 million to settle fake account suit
NEW YORK - Wells Fargo has agreed to pay $110 million to settle a class-action lawsuit over up to 2 million accounts its employees opened for customers without getting their permission, the bank announced Tuesday.
Wells Fargo Reaches $110 Million Fake Accounts Settlement  Bloomberg
Wells Fargo customers in $110 million settlement over fake accounts  CNNMoney
Fed's Rosengren wants four rate hikes this year
If Boston Federal Reserve President Eric Rosengren gets his way, the central bank will be a lot more aggressive this year with raising interest rates.
Fed's Rosengren Says There Should Be Four Rate Hikes in 2017  Bloomberg
Dow Falls as Fed's Rosengren Calls for 4 Rate Hikes in 2017, Financials Slip  TheStreet.com
Is Vertex's New CF Drug Incremental? Unprecedented? Expensive? Maybe All Three.
Shares in Boston's Vertex Pharmaceuticals are up 22% to $109 after the biotechnology company released data on an experimental combination pill to treat cystic fibrosis, a genetic disease that shortens patients lives by affecting their lungs and ...
Vertex Pharma shares soar 23% as company ups its cystic fibrosis offerings  MarketWatch
Vertex Combo Data on Kalydeco+VX-661 Positive in Phase III  Nasdaq
BlackRock Will Let Machines, Not People, Pick Your Stocks
In a move that will have a big impact on investors who are building or maintaining their retirement accounts and other portfolios, asset management behemoth BlackRock ( BLK ) is replacing a number of actively managed mutual funds with comparable funds ...
If BlackRock Is Turning to Investing Robots, Should You Too?  24/7 Wall St.
BlackRock Announces Portfolio Manager Changes to BlackRock Enhanced Capital ...  Business Wire (press release)
Investor burned by Bernie Madoff jumps to death from hotel
A well-connected hedge funder with ties to Bernie Madoff plunged to his death at a posh New York hotel, according to reports. Charles Murphy, who most recently worked with hedge fund heavyweight John Paulson at Paulson & Co.
Charles Murphy, partner at Paulson's hedge fund, dies  Crain's New York Business
Investor burned by Madoff leaps to death from luxury hotel balcony  New York Post