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  • Morgan Stanley Ties JPMorgan in Earning Most Fees From Offerings

    On May 17, about an hour after Facebook Inc. completed its record $16 billion initial public offering, CKE Inc. announced plans for a more modest IPO. The owner of the Hardee’s and Carl’s Jr. fast-food chains sought as much as $213 million.

  • Hardee’s Owner’s CEO Says 2012 IPO Unlikely as Costs Rise

    CKE Inc., owner of the Hardee’s and Carl’s Jr. fast-food chains, plans to delay an initial public offering until after the presidential election as rising health- care and commodity costs deter investors.

  • ‘Sad and Depressed’ CEOs See No Light at End of Partisan Impasse

    Business leaders, who generally didn’t support President Barack Obama’s policies in the past four years or his re-election bid, weren’t in a more-gracious mood after the results were in. Today’s decline in the U.S. stock markets, the biggest since June, didn’t help.

  • Romney Will Keep Feeling Santorum’s Sting

    Mitt Romney will continue to feel Rick Santorum’s presence even as the former Pennsylvania senator exited the Republican presidential race, effectively assuring the front-runner’s nomination.

  • California Begs Texas for Job-Creating Recipe With Growth Trading Places

    When California Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom begins meetings in Austin with Hardee’s hamburgers chief Andrew Puzder, local Chamber of Commerce Chairman Bobby Jenkins and Texas Governor Rick Perry , it’s because the most- populous state lingers in a funk, even as the U.S. pulls out of the deepest recession in half a century.

  • California Defies Lower-Tax Texas in Creating More Jobs

    California, which sent a delegation to Austin last year to find out how the Lone Star State had beat it in employment growth, surged ahead of Texas to lead the nation in job creation for the last two consecutive months.

  • Global IPOs Slump to Second-Lowest Level Since Financial Crisis

    Initial public offerings dropped last quarter to the second-lowest level since the financial crisis, as signs of a global economic slowdown threaten to extend the IPO market’s slump into 2013.

  • Obama Enlists Millionaires in Buffett Rule Campaign

    President Barack Obama is intensifying his campaign for higher taxes on top U.S. earners by casting the issue against Republican opposition as one of fairness and support for the middle class.

  • Puzder: Job Creation Is Price for New U.S. Health Law

    I am not an expert on health-care policy, but I do know something about job creation. So when a House Oversight and Government Reform subcommittee asked me to testify about the effect on employers of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, sometimes known as Obamacare, I thought I could offer some insights.

  • Pig Slaughter Shrinks Supply to 1975 Low in Drought: Commodities

    U.S. hog farmers are slaughtering animals at the fastest pace since 2009 as a surge in feed costs spurs the biggest losses in 14 years, signaling smaller herds next year and a rebound in pork prices.

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