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An administrative judge ruled that the Justice Department had violated its own procedures when it suspended Joseph Bottini and James Goeke for their conduct in the corruption trial against Senator Ted Stevens.
Ten of the 32 governors who are eligible to run for re-election in 2014 have net negative approval ratings. Eight of those 10 are Republicans, including four who rode the 2010 wave to power and now appear to be in some danger.
With Senate Approval, White Is Set to Run S.E.C.The Senate on Monday confirmed Mary Jo White to lead the Securities and Exchange Commission, dismissing concerns about her close ties to the Wall Street banks she will now oversee.
A.I.G. Seeks to Bar Greenberg From Suing U.S. on Its BehalfA.I.G. has formally requested that its former chief executive, Maurice Greenberg, be barred from suing the federal government on the insurer's behalf, after the company decided not to join his lawsuit.
White Collar Watch: The Fine Line Between Political Intelligence and Insider TradingPeter J. Henning says that the imprecise rules governing insider trading are an ineffective means to regulate how political intelligence firms operate.
Occidental Board to Defend Search for New ChiefThe oil producer said that its directors unanimously support the plan to find a successor to its chief executive, Stephen Chazen, amid reports of discord within the board.
Clean Power Finance Raises $37 MillionClean Power Finance, an online platform that provides software and financial services to solar professionals and investors, has raised a fresh $37 million, in a sign that enthusiasm for the solar sector has not dimmed entirely.
New Firm Plans to Invest in LawsuitsGerchen Keller Capital plans to announce on Monday that it has raised $100 million to invest in high-stakes litigation between companies, becoming the latest investment firm to dive into the relatively new sector.
Hong Kong Broker Fined for Hyping Undisclosed TradesA local stockbroker and financial columnist, Sky Cheung, has been fined about $65,000 by Hong Kong's market regulator for profiting on stock trades linked to his column. His broker's license was also suspended for 30 months.
U.P.S. Appeals Decision Blocking TNT Express TakeoverUnited Parcel Service has appealed a decision by European antitrust authorities that blocked its proposed $6.7 billion takeover bid for the Dutch shipping company TNT Express.
Economic ReportsData to be released on Tuesday include wholesale trade for February.
In the United StatesOn Tuesday, the Oakland, Calif., City Council votes on whether to continue doing business with Goldman Sachs after the bank refused to drop a $14.8 million fee to let the city out of an interest-rate swap.
OverseasOn Tuesday, Russian lawmakers will vote on the nomination of Elvira Nabiullina to be chairwoman of Russia's central bank.