• Jan 21- Amarin Corp Plc's shares fell more than 25 percent in premarket trading after U.S. health regulators rejected a preset testing process as the company seeks broader use of its blood fat-lowering drug. Following an appeal from Amarin, the regulator said it would determine by Jan. 15 whether it would reconsider that decision.

  • Jan 21- Sabre Corp, the owner of online travel agency Travelocity, filed with U.S. regulators to raise up to $100 million in an initial public offering of its common stock as it attempts to become a publicly traded company again.

  • Jan 21- Skincare products maker Nu Skin Enterprises Inc said it would suspend promotional meetings where it recruits new distributors in China, days after Chinese regulators launched probes into its business practices.

  • 2 accused of using stolen Target account info Tuesday, 21 Jan 2014 | 7:32 AM ET
    Carts are seen outside of a arget store on December 19, 2013 in Miami, Florida.

    Two Mexicans arrested at the U.S. border used account information stolen during the Target security breach to buy merchandise, a police chief said.

  • ZURICH, Jan 20- Swiss bank UBS will outsource its fixed-income trading platform to two French software companies in an attempt to save costs and weather tougher regulation in the industry, a source with knowledge of the matter said.

  • Jan 17- Hewlett-Packard Co said on Friday it has made decisions on how to address shareholders' securities fraud claims over its $8.8 billion writedown for its purchase of British software company Autonomy Plc, but wants six more weeks to decide what legal course to pursue.

  • WASHINGTON, Jan 17- The U.S. Federal Trade Commission has approved the $2.5 billion purchase of regional grocer Harris Teeter Supermarkets Inc by Kroger Co, deciding the transaction does not violate anti-trust law, the companies said on Friday.

  • WASHINGTON, Jan 17- U.S. regulators told Dutch bank Rabobank to fix problems with its anti-money laundering programs last month after identifying compliance issues in an order made public on Friday. Rabobank, which has many California locations, was fined $1 billion by U.S. and European regulators last year for rigging benchmark interest rates.

  • CALGARY, Alberta, Jan 17- A coalition of environmental groups on Friday launched a legal challenge to the preliminary approval last month for Enbridge Inc's C $7.9 billion Northern Gateway pipeline project, filing suit to prevent Canada's government from using the approval in its final decision on the line.

  • Witness: I helped Martoma with insider information Friday, 17 Jan 2014 | 3:00 PM ET
    Mathew Martoma (L) walks with wife Rosemary and his lawyer outside Manhattan federal court on Jan. 3, 2013.

    A key witness testified in Matthew Martoma's insider trading scandal that he provided Martoma with confidential information about a drug trial.

  • Reformers got their way: Banks making less money Friday, 17 Jan 2014 | 1:02 PM ET

    Washington's reform efforts have made big U.S. banks less risky and less profitable institutions, POLITICO's Ben White says.

  • U.S. bankruptcy court sets Fisker auction for Feb. 12 Friday, 17 Jan 2014 | 12:28 PM ET

    *Closed auction to be held in New York. WILMINGTON, Del., Jan 17- A Chinese auto parts maker and a Hong Kong businessman will square off in an auction for Fisker Automotive, the defunct maker of a plug-in hybrid sports car, a U.S. Bankruptcy Court judge ruled on Friday.

  • WASHINGTON, Jan 17- Any expansion by cable provider Comcast, including a deal with Charter Communications to split provider Time Warner Cable between them, would get a tough review from U.S. regulators, who might use the proposal to force Internet providers to treat all traffic equally, antitrust experts said.

  • NFL's Goodell: $765M concussion deal 'sufficient' Friday, 17 Jan 2014 | 10:44 AM ET
    Roger Goodell

    The $765 million concussion settlement between the NFL and former players was "sufficient" to pay for their needs, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell told CNBC.

  • LONDON, Jan 17- Deutsche Bank will withdraw from gold and silver benchmark setting, or fixing, amid an investigation by German regulators into suspected manipulation of precious metals prices by banks.

  • HONG KONG/SHANGHAI, Jan 17- China's banking regulator is pressuring banks to curb reliance on short-term borrowing and control risks from off-balance-sheet lending,.

  • DETROIT, Jan 16- A U.S. bankruptcy judge on Thursday rejected a deal allowing Detroit to end interest-rate swap agreements with two investment banks, a move that puts pressure on banks for more concessions while throwing a wrench into the city's plans to exit bankruptcy by September.

  • NEW YORK, Jan. 16- The administration of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has hired a high-powered legal firm to help his office as federal prosecutors investigate whether any laws were broken when a top aide ordered seemingly politically motivated traffic jams.

  • DETROIT, Jan 16- A U.S. bankruptcy judge on Thursday rejected a deal allowing Detroit to end costly interest-rate swap agreements with two investment banks, possibly further delaying when the city will submit to the court its plan to adjust its debt.

  • Jan 16- Two companies that sell bulk orders of fake hair products agreed to pay $15 million to resolve claims they could have been conduits for dirty money, in a rare case based on an anti-money laundering law used more often to target big banks.

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