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  • July 14- Sprint Corp's chairman, Masayoshi Son, has engaged in talks with Berkshire Hathaway Inc's Warren Buffett and media mogul John Malone to discuss a potential investment in the U.S. wireless company, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday. Son met Buffett and Malone, the chairman of Liberty Interactive Corp, separately this week at an annual gathering...

  • On Sept. 8, the company announced a $185 million settlement with regulators to atone for the sales abuses. In response, Wells Fargo has fired senior managers, changed pay incentives for branch staff, separated the role of chairman and CEO and faced a difficult shareholder vote at its annual meeting. http://tmsnrt.rs/2tNpLd1 John Stumpf, the company's CEO when...

  • Elliott Management hires Moelis for $9.3 billion Oncor bid: Sources

    CNBC’s David Faber reports on Paul Singer’s hedge fund, Elliott Management, hiring Moelis to raise capital for its $9.3 billion bid on Oncor. The bid from Singer puts his hedge fund in competition with Warren Buffett for Oncor.

  • July 12- Canadian lender Home Capital Group Inc on Wednesday named mortgage industry veteran Yousry Bissada as its chief executive officer, and Bissada said he expects to take about three months to draw up a plan to turn the business around. Regulators have turned their focus on risky lending amid fears of housing bubbles in Toronto and Vancouver and are...

  • Paul Singer

    Shares of NRG Energy surged after the company announced a transformation plan backed by Paul Singer's Elliott Management.

  • WILMINGTON, Del., July 12- An attorney for Elliott Management on Wednesday complained to a bankruptcy court judge that the owner of Texas's largest power distribution business did not provide the investment fund with information needed to line up financing for its offer of more than $18 billion to buy the company. Instead, Energy Future Holdings Corp, the...

  • Warren Buffett

    Bob Cialdini dissects what the "Oracle of Omaha" does that makes us want to believe in him.

  • Bissada must also navigate the business through regulatory changes, which could make it harder for sub-prime lenders such as Home Capital to do business in Canada. Regulators have turned their focus on risky lending amid fears of housing bubbles in the cities of Toronto and Vancouver and are proposing tougher rules on some mortgages. Raymond James analyst...

  • July 12- Canadian lender Home Capital Group Inc appointed Yousry Bissada as its chief executive, bringing to an end a search it started in March after it terminated the employment of former CEO Martin Reid. Reid's departure had sparked a withdrawal of funds from Home Capital's high interest savings accounts which accelerated after April 19, when Canada's...

  • Airlines are a smart choice right now, according to a new note from Oppenheimer technical analyst Ari Wald.

  • *Low-enriched uranium bank to open in Kazakhstan. OSKEMEN, Kazakhstan, July 11- The U.N. global nuclear watchdog is about to open a uranium bank in the Central Asian state of Kazakhstan, but it may never have any customers. The International Atomic Energy Agency's goal now is the same as Washington's 23 years ago as it prepares for next month's launch of its Low...

  • *Low-enriched uranium bank to open in Kazakhstan. OSKEMEN, Kazakhstan, July 11- The U.N. global nuclear watchdog is about to open a uranium bank in the Central Asian state of Kazakhstan, but it may never have any customers. The International Atomic Energy Agency's goal now is the same as Washington's 23 years ago as it prepares for next month's launch of its Low...

  • *Low-enriched uranium bank to open in Kazakhstan. OSKEMEN, Kazakhstan, July 11- The U.N. global nuclear watchdog is about to open a uranium bank in the Central Asian state of Kazakhstan, but it may never have any customers. The International Atomic Energy Agency's goal now is the same as Washington's 23 years ago as it prepares for next month's launch of its Low...

  • *Low-enriched uranium bank to open in Kazakhstan. OSKEMEN, Kazakhstan, July 11- The U.N. global nuclear watchdog is about to open a uranium bank in the Central Asian state of Kazakhstan, but it may never have any customers. The International Atomic Energy Agency's goal now is the same as Washington's 23 years ago as it prepares for next month's launch of its Low...

  • Cramer Remix: Not just fun and games, this stock is the real deal

    Jim Cramer issues a warning that not all toy stocks are created equal.

  • July 10- Elliott Management Corp, the largest creditor of the bankrupt parent of Oncor Electric Delivery Co, unveiled a plan on Monday to best Berkshire Hathaway Inc's deal for the Texas utility with a bid worth $18.5 billion, including debt. Elliott revealed in documents published on its website it was unhappy with the recovery to some creditors under an $18.1...

  • Jim Cramer on the set of Mad Money.

    Jim Cramer issues a warning that not all toy stocks are created equal.

  • Oncor CEO says Berkshire Hathaway has the edge over Elliott in bidding, for now

    Jim Cramer sits down with Bob Shapard, the CEO of Oncor Energy, to track the high-profile rival bids for his electric utility.

  • Robert Shapard, CEO of Oncor Electric.

    Jim Cramer sits down with Bob Shapard, the CEO of Oncor Energy, to track the high-profile rival bids for his electric utility.

  • July 10- Warren Buffett on Monday donated roughly $3.17 billion of Berkshire Hathaway Inc stock to the Bill& Melinda Gates Foundation and four family charities, his largest contribution in a more than decade-long plan to give away his fortune. Berkshire said Buffett, 86, has made $27.54 billion in donations since 2006 to the five charities, including roughly...