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Goldman to Pay $3.15 Billion to Settle Mortgage Claims
Photo. Goldman Sachs has agreed buy back $3.15 billion in mortgage bonds from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to end a lawsuit filed in 2011 by the Federal Housing Finance Agency.
Goldman Sachs, US agency in mortgage settlement worth $1.2 billion  Reuters
Goldman to Buy $3.15 Billion of Debt to End FHFA Claims  Bloomberg
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Fed Chief Sees Not Enough Data to Raise Rates
JACKSON HOLE, Wyo. - Janet L. Yellen, the Federal Reserve chairwoman, said on Friday that the economy was improving but that the Fed was awaiting more evidence about the health of labor markets before deciding when to start raising interest rates.
Yellen says improving economy still faces challenges  Washington Post
How Will the Markets React After the Jackson Hole?  Bloomberg
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Governors: Deal May Come Soon in Supermarket Feud
The governors of Massachusetts and New Hampshire say they're optimistic a long-running family dispute that has hobbled a New England supermarket chain will be resolved soon with an agreement to sell the company to its ousted CEO.
Governors express hope that agreement will be reached in Market Basket standoff  Boston Globe
Why the Market Basket saga matters to all Americans  Los Angeles Times
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Poloz won't raise interest rates yet, despite rising inflation
Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz said the economy has �lots of room to grow,� suggesting a spate of stronger data points won't sway the central bank from its plan to leave interest rates unchanged at least until well into next year.
CANADA FX DEBT-C$ flat as inflation offsets retail sales data  Reuters
Why The Bank Of Canada Isn't Raising Rates Any Time Soon, In One Chart  Business in Canada
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Once-Bankrupt Dynegy Seeks Redemption in $6.25 Billion Deal
Power producer Dynegy Inc. (DYN:US) is doubling down on the same strategy that pushed the company into bankruptcy three years ago after electricity prices collapsed.
Duke Energy sells Midwestern power plants for $2.8 billion  News & Observer
Dynegy Buy Doubles Capacity  Investor's Business Daily
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Keurig Perks On Kraft Deal
5 The maker of coffee brewers signed a multiyear licensing deal that will make Kraft (NASDAQ:KRFT) coffees like Maxwell House, Yuban and Gevalia available in Keurig (NASDAQ:GMCR) K-Cup portion packets this fall.
Is trouble brewing for Lehigh Valley Kraft workers after Keurig deal?  Allentown Morning Call
Keurig Green Mountain perks up on Kraft deal, large brew coffee makers  USA TODAY
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McDonald's names new US president again
McDonald's has named a new president for its flagship U.S. division, marking the second change in less than two years. The world's biggest hamburger chain says former McDonald's executive Mike Andres will replace Jeff Stratton, who is retiring, effective ...
Former executive of McDonald's Mike Andres is replacing the Don Thomson  Upstart Magazine
UPDATE 2-McDonald's replaces US chief for the second time in 2 years  Reuters
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America's top 25 companies with the best work culture
Everyone loves a good paycheck, but the people you work with and the environment you work in are just as important when it comes to being happy at work.
Happy chirpers: Twitter tops survey for workplace culture and values  SiliconBeat
Glassdoor: Facebook rated No. 5 nationally in culture, values  Inside Facebook
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UPDATE 2-Ackman, other shareholders ask Allergan to call special meeting
(Adds investor details, Allergan comment). By Svea Herbst-Bayliss and Caroline Humer. BOSTON/NEW YORK Aug 22 (Reuters) - Investors owning 31 percent of shares of Allergan Inc have asked the company to call a special shareholder meeting, activist ...
Valeant Says Enough Allergan Investors Demand Meeting  Businessweek
Allergan Receives Written Requests from Pershing Square Regarding Special ...  Wall Street Journal
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Recalls This Week: Bean Bag Chairs, Cribs
About 2.2 million bean bag chairs are being recalled following the deaths of two children who suffocated after they crawled inside the chairs.
2.2M bean bag chairs recalled after 2 kids suffocate  Bay News 9
Bean bags recalled after child deaths  WTNH
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