Barclays Files to Dismiss Dark-Pool Suit

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Barclays filed a motion to dismiss the New York attorney general's complaint that alleged the bank lied to its clients about the activity of predatory high-speed traders in its dark pool.

Court Rules Against BNP Paribas in False Claims Case

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A federal court entered a $80 million judgment against BNP Paribas for submitting false claims to a Agriculture Department program from 1998 through 2005, the Justice Department said.

Elliott Takes 6.7% Stake in Interpublic

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Activist investor Elliott Management, which has acquired a 6.7% stake in Interpublic, will push the advertising holding company to explore sale options, a person familiar with the situation said.

Comcast Steps Up Its Game on Internet Speeds

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Comcast has begun extending fiber optic cable all the way to customers' homes in certain parts of its service area, as it competes with all-fiber providers on Internet speeds.

Boeing Agrees to Sell Parts to Iran

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Boeing has agreed to the conditions by which it could sell aircraft spare parts to state-owned Iran Air, a move that could lead to the first sale of products by a U.S. aerospace company to the Islamic republic since 1979.

An 80 year old man shot and killed a pregnant burglar as she ran from his home. Should he be charged?

A Hot Employer Stock Can Burn You

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Wealth Effect: Today's young tech tycoons should heed the meltdown of one-time highfliers such as Pets.com and Webvan.

Stress Hormones That Leave Marks on Trading Floors

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Robert M. Sapolsky takes a look at stress hormones that appear to change behavior on trading floors.

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