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Mass shootings have made gun stocks toxic assets on Wall Street
Investment firms are reexamining their portfolios, dropping gun stocks, and asking weapons manufacturers what they are doing to make sure their products don't end up in a mass shooting. This reevaluation comes as public anger over political inaction on ...
Financial Newsletter - ZacksZacks
American Outdoor Brands Corporation - AOBC - Stock Price Today - ZacksZacks

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Chicago Tribune

Weinstein Co. files for bankruptcy with plan to sell film assets
Chicago Tribune
... state alleging a pervasive culture of abuse. The complaint said "wing women" and sex scheduling by assistants were examples of how the company aided and abetted Weinstein's harassment while its board and executives looked on. Bankruptcies are often ...
Weinstein Co. Files for Chapter 11 BankruptcyBloomberg

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The Corner Economic

Spain's Banks Only Have About 35% Of Toxic Assets Left To Eliminate From Their Portfolios
The Corner Economic
Toxic, unproductive or problematical, or however you want to call those assets which were the ruin of the Spanish banks, are not easy to get rid of. But they have been freeing up space thanks to the huge efforts on the part of lenders. The assets ...

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Washington Post

Weinstein Co. Files Bankruptcy With Plan to Sell Film Assets (1)
Washington Post
Weinstein Co., the troubled movie company that failed in the wake of sexual harassment claims against co-founder Harvey Weinstein, filed for bankruptcy with plans to sell its entertainment assets. Under a deal the company announced in a statement ...

Economic Times

All bad loans are created in good times: Siby Antony, Edelweiss Asset Reconstruction Company
Economic Times
That's because of operating assets and better incentive for ARCs. The then RBI governor Raghuram Rajan's contribution in the form of nudging the banks is the point that he made in his first speech where he said that banks should sell fresh NPAs (read ...


The stunning downfall of Bear Stearns and its bridge-playing CEO ...
Even 10 years later, the collapse of Bear Stearns is stunning, both for how fast it happened and for how asleep at the wheel Cayne is accused of being.

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The bipartisan fallacy
The Ellsworth American
The large investment banks were awash in toxic assets and a credit crisis loomed. Even mainstream media talked about the possibility of nationalizing these banks. But rather than even suggest such an option, Obama helped craft a massive bailout not ...

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IMF's Lagarde says cooperation needed to keep crypto-assets safe
Before the July 2017 shutdown of dark web marketplace AlphaBay, some $1 billion worth of illegal drugs, hacking tools, firearms and toxic chemicals were sold through crypto-assets on the exchange, she said. Some early efforts are encouraging, including ...
Addressing the Dark Side of the Crypto World | IMF BlogThe IMF Blog

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Asset risks and the banking industry
Contrary to general perception, declassification of toxic loans as assets from the balance sheet is considered a write-off where the bank provides for the asset. It does not mean that the bank loses the right to recover or that the borrower is not ...


People in the News—March 19, 2018—Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin
Douglas A. Fendrick and Jamie Shuster Morgan, Fendrick & Morgan partners, presented an hour-long seminar covering the myriad Medicaid rules and regulations that could affect Estate and Financial Planning Council of Southern New Jersey attendees ...

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