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Corzine Resigns From MF Global Jon Corzine, the former governor of New Jersey who stepped down as chairman and chief executive of the bankrupt brokerage, will not seek $12 million severance payments.
Corzine Is Said to Hire Criminal Lawyer Jon S. Corzine has hired Andrew J. Levander, a leading white-collar criminal defense lawyer, according to three people briefed on the matter, as he deals with fallout from the collapse of MF Global.
Dippin' Dots, 'Ice Cream of the Future,' Files for Bankruptcy Dippin' Dots, which sells flash-frozen ice cream shaped into round pellets, has been struggling with its creditors and owes more than $11 million to Regions Bank.
K.K.R. Posts $621.7 Million Loss The sharp market swings of the third quarter proved troublesome for publicly traded private equity firms, as the value of their holdings declined
Japan's Kirin Buys Stake in Brazilian Brewer for $1.35 Billion The Japanese brewer Kirin Holdings said Friday it had agreed to pay $1.35 billion for the outstanding stake in the Brazilian beer maker Schincariol Participacoes e Representacoes it does not already own.
Anglo American to Pay $5.1 Billion to Increase Stake in De Beers The London-based mining giant has agreed to pay $5.1 billion in cash to increase its stake in diamond company De Beers to as much as 85 percent.
International Airlines Group Agrees to Buy BMI From Lufthansa The parent company of British Airways and the Spanish carrier Iberia has reached a preliminary agreement with Germany's Lufthansa to acquire its loss-making British Midland unit.
Royal Bank of Scotland's Profit Falls 63% The bank, which is 83 percent owned by the British government, reported a 63 percent drop in operating profit to $428 million as volatility in European financial markets continued to hit its investment banking operations.
Economic Reports Data released on Monday will include consumer credit data for September.
Corporate Earnings Companies reporting results on Monday include Dish Networks.
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