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  • Tata Steel Starts Debt Clean-Up After Corus Purchase Mess

  • Christie Rejects Food Aid Giving $54 for Each $1 Paid

  • Anti-Washington Trend Threatens South Carolina Lawmaker Inglis in Runoff

    Representative Bob Inglis , a six- term lawmaker who wants to curb government spending and cut the budget deficit , would seem a perfect fit for his South Carolina congressional district, among the nation’s most Republican.

  • Blankfein Emulating Buffett as No. 48 in Wall Street CEO Pay

    Wells Fargo & Co.’s board of directors had a busy final week of 2009. On Dec. 23, the San Francisco-based lender returned to the Treasury the $25 billion it had borrowed under the U.S. government’s Troubled Asset Relief Program. That freed the bank from the Treasury’s rules on executive pay.

  • The Big Pay Cut

    Wells Fargo’s John Stumpf was the highest-paid CEO among the 50 biggest financial firms in our annual ranking. Goaded by pay master Ken Feinberg, firms cut pay 21 percent overall.

  • The Big Pay Cut

    By Nikolaj Gammeltoft July, 2010 (Bloomberg Markets) -- Wells Fargo’s John Stumpf was the highest-paid CEO among the 50 biggest financial firms in our annual ranking. Goaded by pay master Ken Feinberg, firms cut pay 21 percent overall. Wells Fargo & Co.’s board of directors had a busy final week of 2009. On Dec. 23, the San Francisco-based lender returned to the Treasury the $25 billion it had borrowed under the U.S. government’s Troubled Asset Relief Program. That freed the bank from the Treasury’s rules on executive pay. The next day, the board made John Stumpf the best-paid chief executive officer of the 50 biggest financial companies by awarding him shares of Wells Fargo stock valued at about $10 million. Stumpf, 56, earned his No. 1 ranking in Bloomberg Markets’ Finance 50 by receiving $21.3 million in salary and stock in 2009, more than doubling his 2008 compensation, Bloomberg

  • Matsuyama to Join Japan Earthquake Relief After Masters' Low Amateur Score

    Hideki Matsuyama said he’s eager to return to Japan to help with earthquake relief after matching the lowest score by an amateur in six years at golf’s Masters Tournament.

  • Catholic Santorum’s Rise Is Evangelical Progress: Noah Feldman

    God so loves Barack Obama that He sent His servant, Rick Santorum, to ensure his re-election as U.S. president.

  • Acura Gains as Oxycodone Pill to Deter Abuse Reaches Market: Chicago Mover

    Acura Pharmaceuticals Inc., a maker of technology to deter drug abuse, rose after its short-acting painkiller marketed by Pfizer Inc. became commercially available.

  • Greenhouse Projects Watch as EU Polluters Profit: Lobby

    Developers of United Nations- sanctioned emission-reduction projects say they are “bitter” as polluting factories in Europe may be making more money buying their credits than they can by selling them.

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