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January, 2016

Trader Talk in Currency-Rigging Suit Draws Scrutiny From U.S.

Investors’ pursuit of the world’s biggest banks in a civil lawsuit over currency trading reveals details about trader conduct that has also drawn the scrutiny of US prosecutors, according to documents and people with knowledge of the matter. Portions of the complaint that had been blacked out at the request of federal prosecutors were made […]

Business owners urged to be careful with grant help

She went on to say sometimes after paying a substantial fee for the list; there may be one or two grants in the book the business would qualify for based on their industry. Most grants are targeted towards a specific industry or a specific demographic, so theres often very little in there that they can […]

Flat Broke! Dean Tells Tori It’s Time To File For Bankruptcy

Tori Spelling is being pressured to file for bankruptcy by her husband, Dean McDermott, has learned, after American Express filed a lawsuit against the former Beverly Hills 90210 star for failure to pay more than $38,000 in charges and a loan.

The pros and cons of a bankruptcy for CPS

Ed Bachrach, former CEO of the Bachrach mens apparel chain and now a pension activist joined Good Day to talk about the pros and cons of a bankruptcy for CPS.

Christensen to file bankruptcy, seek public defender

A Florence physician charged with 400 felonies told a judge Wednesday that he plans to file bankruptcy and will again seek a public defender. Dr. Chris Christensen appeared without counsel in Ravalli County Judge Jeffrey Langton’s court Wednesday during a brief status hearing. Christensen was arrested in August for allegedly providing hundreds of illegal prescriptions […]

UPDATE 3-Bank of Canada holds rates steady as currency worries weigh

(Recasts with Poloz comment from news conference) By Randall Palmer and Leah Schnurr OTTAWA Jan 20 The Bank of Canada decided not to cut interest rates on Wednesday but admitted it was not an easy call, as concern about a rapid decline in the currency clashed with an economic slump. With a rate cut certain […]

LTG in line with expectations – Learning Technologies Group says profit for the year ended 31 December is in line with expectations after excellent EBITDA margins in the second half. Cash generation remains strong with net cash at 31 December of GBP7.0 million (2014: GBP4.4 million). The Group has no debt. The year saw the vompany continue to build […]

China Mulls Answer to Bitcoin With Digital Currency Study

China’s central bank said it is studying the prospects of issuing its own digital currency and aiming to roll out a product as soon as possible, contending that alternative payment systems can improve the efficiency of global transactions. The People’s Bank of China set up a research team in 2014 to study digital currencies and […]

The Coal Miner `On Everybody’s List’ as Next Bankruptcy Victim

Plummeting coal prices have pushed almost half the debt issued by US coal companies into default, and for miners and their investors there’s no end in sight. Patriot Coal Corp., Walter Energy Inc. and Alpha Natural Resources Inc. have all filed for bankruptcy in the past year. Now that Arch Coal Inc., the second largest […]

FamilyMart stores to offer currency exchange

FamilyMart Co. said Wednesday it will start installing currency exchange machines in its stores in Japan from February in a bid to cater to foreign tourists. The convenience store chain will place the automated machines in four stores in Tokyo on Feb. 1 and have them operational at 1,000 outlets by fiscal 2020. The stores […]

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