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U.S. Credit Union Names 10 Banks in Libor Suit

The National Credit Union Administration, a regulator based out of Alexandria, Va., has named JPMorgan Chase & Co., Barclay’s, Credit Suisse Group AG and 10 additional international lenders as participants in a Libor-fixing ring. more»

U.S. Homebuilders Expect Excellent Q3 Results, Paced by Lennar

The third-largest U.S. homebuilder, Lennar Corp., reported stellar third quarter figures, indicating the housing recovery is firmly on track. more»

Chrysler Forced into Filing for Initial Public Offering by Second-Largest Shareholder

Chrysler Group LLC was forced into taking the first step toward an initial public offering (IPO) – which may never take place — by its second-largest shareholder, the United Autoworkers trust. more»

How the Elite “SS-4 Income Stream” Could Make You America’s Next Millionaire

An interesting new report involving the “SS-4″ reveals a stunning secret about some of America’s wealthiest people. To find out exactly what they’re doing, and how it could make you America’s next millionaire, just go here.

Blackberry Receives Buyout Offer

Fairfax Financial, a Canadian private investment firm, has made a firm offer to purchase Blackberry and take it private. more»

Stocks Down as Bank Revenues Contract

Substantial revenue declines are expected from most major banks; Citigroup today announced quarterly revenue may fall by more than 10% because of declines in trading revenue. more»

European Commissioner Says Germany’s Election Results Will Aid Europe’s Economic Health

Olli Rehn, the European commissioner for economic and monetary affairs and the euro, told attendees at the Thomson Reuters Newsmaker event in New York that the decisive re-election of German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservative bloc on Sunday will help Europe’s economic recovery. more»

Walmart and Kohl’s Announce Seasonal Worker Plans

Both Walmart and Kohl’s plan to hire more seasonal workers than they hired last year, according to a market forecast from Deloitte. more»

Apple’s Launch of iPhone 5 Doubles Previous Record Sales

Well, now we know why Apple didn’t want to disclose pre-orders of its latest iPhone model. more»

DirecTV and Toyota to Launch Dynamic Advertising and a New Era of Marketing

In a new advertising endeavor, DirecTV and Toyota have teamed up to try out “dynamic advertising.” more»

Crisis du Jour: Fear of Government Shutdown Rises Again

Forget duck season or deer season, or any other time of year carved out for Americans to hit the fields and hunt down their intended prey. more»