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Contributing columnistYes, it’s irrational. And it’s what the GOP says it wants for our country, to save us from becoming “like Europe.” It’s also what the post-New Deal Democratic Party stands for, only a little less. Let’s start with...
Fast casual chain Noodles & Co. expects its initial public offering to price at $13 to $15 a share, the company said in a regulatory filing Monday. The Broomfield, Colo., business said it expects $67.1 million in proceeds if shares are priced in the...
With businessman Bruce Rauner running for Illinois governor, his experience in the world of private equity is likely to sound familiar to voters. Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney had a similar background, which became fodder for debate during...
We checked in with executives profiled in the Tribune in the past year to learn their news, their insights about the coming year, and how they're feeling about the economy. Curt Bailey, president, Related Midwest Related has been running on all...
Shares of Corinthian Colleges Inc. fell 23% last week after the Santa Ana for-profit college chain disclosed that the Securities and Exchange Commission had launched an investigation into the company. Corinthian said it received a subpoena this month...
Itasca-based inflight Wi-Fi provider Gogo dusted off its plans to go public on Monday, saying it is seeking to raise between $165 million and $187 million in an initial public offering. Gogo, which as of the end of April had its WiFi system installed...
WASHINGTON (AP) - A U.S. court has frozen the assets of Thailand trader accused of profiting from advance knowledge of a Chinese company's plan to acquire Smithfield Foods. The Securities and Exchange Commission has accused Badin Rungruangnavarat of...
Cosmetics giant Revlon Inc. is facing a $850,000 fine from the Securities and Exchange Commission, which alleges the company misled investors as it tried to tackle its debt. Without admitting or denying fault, the New York company agreed to settle...
Orlando lawyer Scott G. Miller says he used to field lots of calls from rich doctors and business owners who wanted to know how to fend off taxes and protect their assets from creditors by placing at least some of their money in an offshore account....
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Tribune reporterThe Chicago Board Options Exchange has agreed to pay a $6 million fine relating to what regulators call "various systematic breakdowns" in the policing of its own procedures. The Securities and Exchange Commission announced the charge Tuesday and...
If Edward J. Snowden, who says he leaked National Security Agency secrets, wants to stay out of the clutches of U.S. judicial authorities, his choices for seeking asylum are few and, literally, far between. Only Iceland would seem to meet the conditions...
Insider Trading is a weekly report of stock transactions involving officers, directors and owners of 10 percent or more of a publicly held company. Corporate insiders historically make more economically sound decisions in trading their own company's stock...
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