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  • A file photo of former Allergan CEO David Pyott.

    Former Allergan CEO David Pyott tells a Senate hearing the SEC should investigate the Pershing Square-Valeant alliance.

  • July 30- Time Warner Cable Inc said on Thursday it was working towards closing the deal with Charter Communications by the end of the year. Charter said in May that it would buy Time Warner Cable in a cash-and-stock deal, which valued the larger rival at $78.7 billion. Regulatory obstacles had earlier sunk Comcast's bid for Time Warner Cable.

  • NEW YORK, July 30- Exchange operator BATS Global Markets plans to put a rule in place that would allow it to crack down more promptly on manipulative trading behavior on its exchanges. BATS said on Thursday its "Client Suspension Rule," which requires approval from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, would allow the company to halt manipulative conduct...

  • Bond traders

    Buried deep inside a federal investigative report on the Treasury market is a red flag for potentially significant fraud, an insider warns.

  • MOSCOW, July 30- Russia's second-largest bank VTB said on Thursday it had completed the placement of around 307 billion roubles of preference shares with the state corporation Deposit Insurance Agency. The share issue is to be included in VTB Bank's core Tier 1 capital following registration of the issue by the central bank, VTB said in a regulatory filing.

  • Gov. Rick Perry: I know how to secure the border

    GOP presidential candidate and former Texas Gov. Rick Perry talks about trading barbs with Donald Trump, how he would secure the U.S. border, and his political leadership experience.

  • Gov. Rick Perry plan to energize the economy

    Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry discuss his economic plan to create a manufacturing renaissance in the U.S., and weighs in on Hillary Clinton's tax plan.

  • The need for Asia markets to harmonize regulations

    There is a crucial need for a "joint-up and consistent regulatory system" as Asia's financial markets step up on cooperation, says Ian Johnston, CEO of Dubai Financial Services Authority.

  • NEW YORK, July 29- Celgene Corp, one of the world's largest biotechnology companies, has accused U.S. hedge fund manager Kyle Bass of attempting to profit from his attempts to wipe out several major drug patents through his Coalition for Affordable Drugs. Patent and Trademark Office on Tuesday to sanction Bass and others behind the group by throwing out its...

  • July 29- Express Scripts Holding Co, the largest pharmacy benefit manager in the United States, on Wednesday said the cost of potent new cholesterol drugs called PCSK9 inhibitors could "wreak financial havoc" among its clients. U.S. regulators on Friday approved the first of the new medicines, Praluent from Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc and Sanofi SA.

  • *Says to restart Goa mines by October. MUMBAI, July 29- India's Vedanta Ltd said on Wednesday it expected to restart iron ore mining by October in top exporting Goa province and that talks were continuing with regulators for merging with its cash-rich unit Cairn India. Chief Executive Tom Albanese said on a conference call Vedanta was hoping to get approvals as...

  • MUMBAI, July 29- Nestle India Ltd slipped to a second-quarter loss as sales plunged after its hugely popular Maggi noodles were pulled off shelves over safety concerns. Nestle has been at the center of India's worst food scare in a decade after local regulators reported that some packets of the company's Maggi instant noodles-- one of India's most popular snacks--...

  • BRUSSELS, July 29- European Union regulators are investigating prices charged by Disneyland Paris after complaints from foreign consumers who said they were charged far more than their French counterparts. The move by the European Commission is part of a broader crackdown on "geoblocking", the practice of companies limiting or restricting consumers' access...

  • LONDON, July 29- British American Tobacco, the world's No. 2 cigarette company, reported lower revenue for the first half of the year, hurt by currency fluctuations and people cutting back on smoking. All big tobacco companies are grappling with falling sales in many markets due to increasing regulation, higher taxes, economic weakness and growing health...

  • NEW YORK, July 28- Former New York financial regulator Benjamin Lawsky on Tuesday countered criticism from the bitcoin community that he may have generated consulting work for himself by issuing controversial regulations for virtual currency firms before he left his post. In his first public appearance since his transition, the outspoken former regulator...

  • WASHINGTON/ OKLAHOMA CITY, July 28- Two energy companies are shutting injection wells after three strong earthquakes struck near an Oklahoma town, in response to concerns about the practice of injecting wastewater from oil and gas operations deep underground, state regulators said on Tuesday. Three quakes above magnitude 4.0 struck on Monday near the town of...

  • BISMARCK, N.D.— Tribal leaders from a prolific portion of North Dakota's oil-rich Fort Berthold Reservation are scaling back proposed drilling regulations that industry officials warned could slow crude production. Leaders of a section of the reservation that produces the most oil recently formed the West Segment Regulatory Commission, based in Mandaree,...

  • July 28- Paymap Inc, a unit of Western Union Co, agreed to pay $38.4 million to settle U.S. regulatory charges that it deceived consumers into signing up for a program advertised as a way to help them pay off their mortgages faster and save on interest payments. The U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on Tuesday said Paymap, a payment processor, will pay a $5...

  • BRASILIA, July 28- The arrest of Luiz Pinheiro da Silva, currently on leave as chief executive officer of Brazil's Eletronuclear, is unwelcome but should not cause problems in other areas under power regulator Aneel's jurisdiction, Aneel's general director, Romeu Donizete Rufino, said on Tuesday.

  • Among the challengers were coal company Peabody Energy Corp and utility American Electric Power Co Inc.. The appeals court ruled that the EPA would have to revise sulfur dioxide emissions budgets for four states and nitrogen oxide budgets for 11 because it had asked them to reduce their emissions by more than required. The EPA has "required states to reduce...