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Six Banks Fail, Marking 125 for 2010

Regulators seized six banks Friday in the Southeast, Midwest and Northeast, marking 125 failures for 2010.

 

U.S. bank failures total 108 after 5 shut on Friday

U.S. bank failures total 108 after 5 shut on Friday

U.S. bank failures reached 108 so far in 2010 on Friday as regulators seized five small banks in the Pacific Northwest and the Southeast, none publicly traded.

 

Bank Failures Top 100 for '10

Bank Failures Top 100 for '10

Regulators closed six more banks around the country, marking the second consecutive year that more than 100 financial institutions have collapsed.

Senh: So it looks like smaller banks are failing, and then getting gobbled up by a bigger bank. It just looks like smaller banks are forced to merge with bigger ones.

 

Regulators Find That Banks Have Not Adjusted Pay Practices

Regulators Find That Banks Have Not Adjusted Pay Practices

A compensation review of 28 financial companies found that many of the bonus programs that economists said contributed to the financial crisis were still in place.

 

Gulf Drilling Regulators Let Oil Companies Fill Out Their Own Inspection Reports

Federal regulators responsible for oversight of drilling in the Gulf of Mexico allowed industry officials several years ago to fill in their own inspection reports in pencil -- and then turned them over to the regulators, who traced over them in pen before submitting the reports to the agency, according to an inspector general's report to be released this week.

 

'Third way' for net access in US

'Third way' for net access in US

US regulators announce a "third way" to salvage efforts to give every citizen access to high-speed internet.

 

Apple to Dodge Antitrust Bullet

Apple is attempting to avoid an antitrust probe into its trade practices by revising some of the terms of its developer agreement. It's not clear which parts would be revised, but government regulators are interested in provisions in Apple's iAd advertising program, and Apple's decision to reject apps built with cross-platform applications.

 

Rep Frank says Goldman case helps financial reform

Rep Frank says Goldman case helps financial reform

Representative Barney Frank said on Monday that securities regulators' fraud case against Goldman Sachs increases the chance that financial reform will pass.

 

Toyota tells regulators weighing fix to 1.2 million Corollas

Toyota Motor Corp has told U.S. safety regulators that it is considering how to fix nearly 1.2 million Corolla and Matrix models at risk of stalling out because of flaws in an electronic system.

 

U.S. to roll out major broadband policy

U.S. to roll out major broadband policy

U.S. regulators will announce a major Internet policy this week to revolutionize how Americans communicate and play, proposing a dramatic increase in broadband speeds that could let people download a high-definition film in minutes instead of hours.

 

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