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Smarter AnalystHarriet Lefton
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Paul Eberle, MGIC honored at National Philanthropy Day: Slideshow
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VIEW SLIDESHOW 25 photos Husch Blackwell deputy CEO Paul Eberle and MGIC Investment Corp. were among the honorees at the National Philanthropy Awards luncheon Monday. Check out the attached slideshow to see photos from the event, which was held downtown at the...
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Too-big-to-fail banks keep getting bigger
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Many too-big-to-fail banks have grown even larger during the decade since the financial crisis. The 2008 meltdown showed how big banks that get into trouble can hold the entire global economy hostage. Hoping to avoid another round of unpopular bailouts, financial watchdogs...
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Under Armour executives are fleeing the struggling company (UA)
Business InsiderKate Taylor
At least five major Under Armour executives have left the company since October. The most recent departure is Under Armour's head of footwear. Under Armour is seriously struggling. Under Armour executives seem to be fleeing the company. On Tuesday, the Wall Street...
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Wells Fargo sued, again, for using in-house funds in 401(k) plan
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Just as Wells Fargo & Co. escaped from the jaws of one 401(k) lawsuit over in-house funds, it's now ensnared in another. In a rare move, a federal judge dismissed a lawsuit against the company in May alleging breach of fiduciary duty...
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Homeowners hurt by GOP tax plan are those who can afford it, says ex-Wells CEO
CNBCMichelle Fox
There may be concerns about the impact of the Republican tax reform bill on the housing market, but former Wells Fargo CEO Richard Kovacevich told on Tuesday that it is mainly the rich who will feel the pain. The House GOP plan...
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