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Four House lawmakers received VIP discounted loans from the former Countrywide Financial Corp., the lender whose subprime mortgages was largely responsible for the nation's foreclosure crisis, according to congressional investigators.
Bank of America said Monday it is slashing 30,000 jobs as part of an effort to reverse a crisis of confidence among investors. It's the largest single job reduction by a U.S. company this year.
Pfizer Inc.'s just-approved Xalkori, the first new medicine in several years for deadly lung cancer, shows the value of a new research standard: precisely targeting rare diseases linked to gene variants.
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway announced Thursday that it would invest $5 billion in Bank of America Corp., giving a much-needed vote of confidence in the struggling bank.
Bank of America Corp., the nation's largest bank, said Friday that it plans to cut 3,500 jobs by the end of September.
AT&T Inc. said Friday that it's going to start limiting speeds for the 5 percent of its customers with "unlimited" data smartphone plans who clog the airwaves the most.
The dollar fell Thursday against other major currencies after a report confirmed sluggish U.S. economic growth in the first three months of the year as high gas prices hurt consumer spending.
The Treasury Department Wednesday advised American financial institutions to closely monitor transactions related to Egypt for any possible signs that state assets were being misappropriated.
Bank of America on Friday reported a loss of $1.6 billion in the fourth quarter of 2010 after its costs related to soured home loans increased.