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Goldman agreed to pay $7 million to settle charges that it failed to prevent a technical glitch that sent out thousands of erroneous trades in August 2013.
U.S. lenders in recent years have reduced the amount of Greek debt they held on their books.
Nike chairman and co-founder Phil Knight will step down next year, and he has recommended CEO Mark Parker as his successor.
Creditors of coal miner Alpha Natural Resources have hired advisers to prepare for possible restructuring talks ahead of an August debt payment.
Sony’s shock capital raising risks the credibility it has built up with investors over the past year.
Portuguese bonds have been volatile due to Greece. But investors should look again at Portugal and Europe’s defensive qualities.
Celgene’s new partnership with Juno is expensive, but the risk is well-considered.
Towers Watson has little justification in paying a premium to buy underperforming insurance broker Willis.