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The Motley Fool
February 5, 2008
Morgan Housel
The Stimulus Package That Won't Be The only thing that the Bush administration's stimulus plan might stimulate is a bigger financial mess. mark for My Articles 26 similar articles
Financial Advisor
February 2008
Milton Ezrati
Bailout Plan Spells Trouble For Future Mortgages Although the Bush administration's plan to deal with the subprime problem might help relieve some of today's financial strains, it will do so only at the expense of longer-term costs. mark for My Articles 1369 similar articles
February 1, 2008
Kate Plourd
Stand By Me Elizabeth Monrad, the ex-CFO of General Re, is in a fight for her freedom in a Hartford court over an alleged phone reinsurance deal with AIG. mark for My Articles 30 similar articles
February 1, 2008
Kate Plourd
Will It Ever End? Justice is meted out to James Koenig, former CFO of Waste Management, for the biggest pre-Enron accounting scandal. mark for My Articles 3 similar articles
The Motley Fool
January 31, 2008
Brian Lawler
A Zettlement for Zyprexa? Eli Lilly may be close to resolving a government lawsuit over improper marketing. mark for My Articles 692 similar articles
The Motley Fool
January 31, 2008
Dave Mock
Have Patent, Will Sue As reforms and regulation slowly trickle in, the telecom industry is still subject to patent abuse. mark for My Articles 753 similar articles
U.S. Banker
January 2008
Karen Krebsbach
Jury Awards California Bank $7 Million in Subprime Loan Flap A Miami jury recently sided with a San Francisco federal savings bank, Gateway Bank Federal Savings Bank, the defendant in a lender-liability suit under a repurchase agreement on a portfolio of 35 subprime mortgage loans. mark for My Articles 190 similar articles
The Motley Fool
January 30, 2008
Seth Jayson
SEC Zaps Stinger After a long investigation, the SEC files a lawsuit against Stinger and its CEO, Robert Gruder. mark for My Articles 31 similar articles
January 29, 2008
EU Court: File Sharers Can Remain Unnamed European Union countries can refuse to disclose names of file sharers on the Internet in civil cases, the EU's top court said on Tuesday in a blow to copyright holders trying to fight digital piracy. mark for My Articles 69 similar articles
Financial Planning
February 1, 2008
Bob Veres
Death by Regulation The financial planning profession is about to fight for its survival against well-funded opponents. Here are some possible outcomes. mark for My Articles 1116 similar articles
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