A proposal by federal regulators to settle a lawsuit over suspicious trades in H.J. Heinz Co. without requiring the defendants to admit wrongdoing was questioned by U.S. District Judge Jed Rakoff, who has assailed similar accords in other cases.
Singapore’s state-owned investment company, or one of the companies it has an interest in, sold entire stake in Cheniere, comprising 9,173,487 shares, during second quarter, according to 13F SEC filing. * Cheniere shares gained >65% between May 7, 2012, when Temasek and RRJ Capital announced equity investment, and end of 2Q: LNG US <Equity> GP <GO> * Link to SEC filing: FIFW NSN MRIOR83PWT1D <GO>
Thousands of brick houses line the streets of Huber Heights, a leafy suburb of Dayton, Ohio, named for the builder who developed it in the 1950s and nurtured its growth. Until this year, his family was the town’s biggest landlord, with a third of all rental housing. Now the tenants’ payments are being routed to a $9 billion hedge fund.
Federal investigators are reviewing Ebix Inc.’s cross-border financial transactions to see whether the Atlanta-based software company engaged in money laundering, according to three people with knowledge of the matter.