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  • Trillion-Dollar Firms Dominating Bonds Prompting Probes

    Bill Gross and Larry Fink manage a $3 trillion pile of bonds -- an amount almost as big as Germany’s economy. Their firms, Pacific Investment Management Co. and BlackRock Inc., doubled holdings since 2008, outpacing the market’s growth of 50 percent.

  • Thirty Top Companies Profited Without Paying Tax, Study Finds

    Thirty companies including General Electric Co., Verizon Communications and Boeing Co., didn’t pay federal income tax between 2008 and 2010 though they earned a combined $160.3 billion in pretax U.S. profits in that period, according to a report released today.

  • Study on CEO Pay Disputed By Some Companies Identified in Report

    Some companies highlighted in a report that concluded well-paid U.S. executives earned more than their corporations paid in federal income tax are disputing the findings, maintaining the study distorts the U.S. corporate tax burden.

  • Rogers Favors Open Wireless Borders Over ‘Flawed’ Policy

    Rogers Communications Inc., Canada’s largest wireless carrier, said the government should scrap foreign ownership limits on telecommunications companies rather than stick with the current “flawed” policy that favors global competitors such as Verizon Communications Inc.

  • Rogers Favors Open Wireless Borders Over ‘Flawed’ Policy

    Rogers Communications Inc., Canada’s largest wireless carrier, said the government should scrap foreign ownership limits on telecommunications companies rather than stick with the current “flawed” policy that favors global competitors such as Verizon Communications Inc.

  • Rogers Favors Open Canadian Wireless Over ‘Flawed’ Policy

    Rogers Communications Inc., Canada’s largest wireless carrier, said the government should scrap foreign ownership limits on telecommunications companies rather than stick with the current “flawed” policy that favors global competitors such as Verizon Communications Inc.

  • Verizon Must Face Claims Over Idearc Spinoff, Judge Rules

    Verizon Communications Inc. lost a bid to throw out claims in a lawsuit accusing it of defrauding creditors of Idearc Inc. when it spun off the directory business in 2006, a judge ruled.

  • Primary Global, Full Tilt Poker, BP, BofA in Court News

    A former executive at expert- networking firm Primary Global Research LLC, James Fleishman, was found guilty of helping pass confidential information to fund managers as part of an insider-trading scheme.

  • Verizon Looms Over Canadian Telecom Stocks

    BCE Inc. and Telus Corp. beat profit and subscriber forecasts while shares of the wireless carriers languish near lows for the year. Verizon Communications Inc.’s potential plans for Canada explain why.

  • Akamai Down 57% Lets IBM Vie With Verizon for Takeover: Real M&A

    Akamai Technologies Inc. may finally be cheap enough to lure International Business Machines Corp. or Verizon Communications Inc. as the most speculated U.S. takeover target since 2005 approaches its lowest valuation on record.

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