Rolling Stone, a magazine that for decades helped shaped music and popular culture but now finds itself facing significant legal and economic challenges, has brought in an outside investor for the first time in its nearly 50-year history.
Richard P. Cooley, a former chief executive of Wells Fargo and a ubiquitous name in banking for decades in the Pacific Northwest, died on Wednesday at his home in Seattle.
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The Bank of Japan's decision to engineer the perfect yield curve isn't convincing analysts an end is in sight to falling bank earnings.
Nearly 3,900 union workers at GM's Oshawa Assembly Plant, St. Catharines Propulsion Plant and a parts and distribution center in Woodstock would be covered under the deal, a framework of which was reached late Monday averting a possibly costly strike.