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1. Fed Proposing Big US Banks Boost Capital Buffers -

WASHINGTON (AP) – Federal regulators are proposing that the eight biggest U.S. banks be required to further increase the amount of capital they set aside to cushion against unexpected losses.

2. Sentencing Changes Sought for Business Crimes -

WASHINGTON (AP) – The federal panel that sets sentencing policy eased penalties this year for potentially tens of thousands of drug dealers. Now, defense lawyers and prisoner advocates are pushing for similar treatment for an arguably less-sympathetic category of defendants: swindlers, embezzlers, insider traders and other white-collar criminals.

3. ServiceMaster Begins Trading on NYSE -

The parent company of Memphis-based ServiceMaster Co. LLC began trading on the New York Stock Exchange Thursday, June 26, in an initial public offering of its common stock.

The move to the market comes a day after ServiceMaster Global Holdings Inc. announced it was pricing the offering of 35.9 million shares at $17 per share. The pricing was below analysts’ estimates of $18 to $21 per share.

4. JPMorgan $13 Billion Deal May Not End Bank's Legal Woes -

WASHINGTON (AP) – The $13 billion settlement that JPMorgan Chase agreed to Tuesday is the largest ever between the Justice Department and a corporation. Yet it isn't likely the end of the bank's legal troubles over the risky mortgage securities it sold before the financial crisis.

5. ServiceMaster to Spin Off Struggling TruGreen -

The ServiceMaster Co. plans to spin off its TruGreen lawn care business at the end of 2013 after several years in which the Memphis-based collection of residential- and commercial-services companies has struggled with the right business model for the TruGreen brand.

6. Dow Average Adds Goldman Sachs, Nike and Visa -

The Dow Jones industrial average is dropping Bank of America, Hewlett-Packard and Alcoa, its three-lowest priced stocks, as part of a six-company shakeup of the most widely known barometer of the U.S. stock market.

7. Fed Approves Higher Bank Capital Standards -

WASHINGTON (AP) – The Federal Reserve approved higher requirements for the amount of capital reserves banks must hold to cushion against unexpected losses. The change is aimed at preventing a repeat of the 2008 financial crisis.

8. Oakhaven Warehouse Sells for $11.3 Million -

5155 Citation Drive
Memphis, TN 38118
Sale Amount: $11.3 million

Sale Date: May 21, 2013

9. Owner Files Loan on Humphrey Hampton Inn -

The owner of the 121-room Hampton Inn at 33 Humphrey Center Drive in East Memphis has filed a $5.4 million loan on the property.

10. New York Company Buys Country Squire for $49.2 Million -

8056 Country Squire Lane Cordova, TN 38018

Sale Amount: $49.2 million

Sale Date: March 28, 2013

11. Fairfield Inn Sells for $4.2 Million -

An entity related to GE Capital Real Estate has paid $4.2 million for the 89-unit Fairfield Inn & Suites Memphis at 4760 Show Case Blvd. near Interstate 240 and South Perkins Road.

12. Securities and Exchange Official Elisse Walter Chosen to Lead Agency -

WASHINGTON (AP) – President Barack Obama has chosen Elisse Walter, one of five members of the Securities and Exchange Commission, to head the agency. Chairman Mary Schapiro will leave next month after a tumultuous tenure in which she helped lead the government's regulatory response to the financial crisis.

13. Delek Buys Lion Oil Facility for $6.4 Million -

1023 Riverside Drive Memphis, TN 38106

Sale Amount: $6.4 million

Sale Date: Nov. 7, 2012

14. Morgan Stanley Closes a Bleak Bank Earnings Season -

NEW YORK (AP) — It's tough being a big bank these days.

Morgan Stanley, the storied investment house, reported Thursday that its revenue was down sharply for April through June and its profit missed Wall Street expectations. Its stock was clobbered — down more than 5 percent.

15. JPMorgan CEO Says Execs May Have Pay Taken Back -

WASHINGTON (AP) – JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon told Congress on Wednesday that senior bank executives responsible for a $2 billion trading loss will probably have some of their pay taken back by the company.

16. MEPPI Files $155M Permit App For Rivergate Plant, Office -

2865 Riverport Road
Memphis, TN 38109

Permit Cost: $155 million

Permit Date: Applied June 2012

17. Lincoln at Wolfchase Sells for $27 Million -

Investment management firm Archon Group LP has bought the 408-unit Lincoln at Wolfchase apartment complex in Cordova for $27.3 million from Lincoln at Wolfchase Associates LLP.

18. JPMorgan Loss Sets Off Call for Heavier Regulation -

WASHINGTON (AP) – A surprise $2 billion trading loss by a division of JPMorgan Chase triggered calls Friday for tougher regulation of banks three years after their near-death experience in the financial crisis.

19. Best Buy to Cut Costs and Close Stores -

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – Best Buy Co. said it plans to close 50 U.S. big box stores and open 100 small mobile locations in the U.S. in fiscal 2013 and cut $800 million in costs by fiscal 2015. The news came Thursday as the biggest U.S. specialty electronics retailer posted a fiscal fourth quarter loss partly due to restructuring charges.

20. Turbo-Traders Take Bank of America for a Ride -

NEW YORK (AP) – On a normal day, 4 billion shares of stock change hands on the New York Stock Exchange. One in 10 belongs to a single company. It's not McDonald's or IBM, both of which have been on a tear.

21. Morgan Keegan Focus List Wins High 5-Year Marks -

The focus list of stocks assembled by Morgan Keegan & Co. Inc. ranked second in five-year returns among the stock lists of nine leading national and regional brokerage firms for the five years ended Dec. 31, according to Zacks Investment Research Inc.

22. That's a Wrap -

If the grand sweep of 2011 could be captured on celluloid and presented to an audience on the big screen, all the components of a great film would be readily apparent.

There was drama, in the form of a deluge and historic flooding that led the Mississippi River to crest at nearly 48 feet early in the year. One of the year’s big surprises saw President Barack Obama give the commencement address for the Booker T. Washington High School class of 2011 at the Memphis Cook Convention Center.

23. Bargain Hunters Divided Shopping Season Into 2 -

NEW YORK (AP) – The holiday shopping season turned out to be two seasons: the Black Friday binge and a last-minute surge.

Together, they added up to decent sales gains for retailers. And the doldrums in between showed how shoppers have learned to wait for the discounts they know will come.

24. Last-Minute Holiday Shopping Gives Lift in Finale -

NEW YORK (AP) – The holiday shopping season turned out to be two seasons split by a big lull.

A surge in buying in the two weeks before Christmas coupled with a record-breaking Black Friday gave retailers a solid season. The doldrums between the buying binges show how shoppers have learned to wait for the discounts they know will come.

25. Holiday Season Marked by Different Shopper Types -

Four types of American shoppers have altered the shopping landscape this holiday season.

There's the bargain hunter who times deals. The midnight buyer who stays up late for discounts. The returner who gets buyer's remorse. And the "me" shopper who self-gifts.

26. US Proposes New, Tougher Rules for Big Banks -

NEW YORK (AP) – The Federal Reserve on Tuesday said the largest U.S. banks and financial companies should hold extra cash on their balance sheets to cushion themselves against financial crises.

27. Gov't Audit: Fed Bank Boards Lack Diversity -

WASHINGTON (AP) – A government watchdog says the boards of regional Federal Reserve banks need stronger policies to avoid conflicts of interest.

The non-partisan Government Accountability Office said Wednesday that board members have apparent conflicts of interest because of their day jobs as executives and corporate directors. It says the Fed banks should document directors' roles in overseeing financial companies, and request waivers when needed.

28. Goldman Sachs Loses $428 Million in Third Quarter -

NEW YORK (AP) – Goldman Sachs Group Inc. reported a third-quarter loss of $428 million Tuesday, only the second quarterly loss since the investment bank went public 12 years ago.

29. Deal Expected Soon for Morgan Keegan -

Regions Financial Corp., the company whose bank has the No. 2 spot in Memphis when ranked by customer deposit share, reports third-quarter earnings Oct. 25.

30. JPMorgan's Income Drop Casts a Pall Over Banks -

NEW YORK (AP) – If JPMorgan Chase can't do well, investors worry that other banks may do even worse.

The New York bank, widely considered the strongest in the industry, reported a 4 percent drop in income last quarter Thursday on weakness in investment banking and more costs related to litigation over mortgage investments.

31. Bank Earnings to Reflect Slowdown From Q3 Turmoil -

NEW YORK (AP) – Investors are bracing for a rough earnings season from banks.

Turbulence in stock and bond markets, combined with waning confidence among business and consumers, hurt banks' business in the third quarter. IPOs were shelved, companies postponed plans to sell bonds, and acquisitions were put on ice. Consumers also held back on spending.

32. Mortgage Fraud Reports Spike as Lawsuits Pile Up -

VIENNA, Va. (AP) – The wave of lawsuits and other demands from investors in mortgage-backed securities contributed to a big spike in reports of likely mortgage fraud during the second quarter, according to a Treasury Department report.

33. First Horizon, Fitch Say Risk Manageable -

Bryan Jordan, the president and CEO of First Tennessee Bank’s parent company, told his audience at an industry conference a few days ago in New York City that his company has been out of the mortgage business for three years now.

34. Large Banks Must Show So-Called 'Living Wills' -

The largest U.S. banks will be required to show regulators how they would break up and sell off their assets if they are in danger of failing.

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. voted 3-0 Tuesday, Sept. 13, to approve the rules, which were mandated under the financial overhaul passed by Congress last year.

35. Regions CEO: Still No Word on Morgan Keegan Sale -

Almost three months after announcing its Memphis-based investment banking franchise is up for sale, Regions Financial Corp. still has not announced that it’s reached a deal for the unit.

36. Regions CEO: Nothing New to Say About Morgan Keegan Deal -

Almost three months after announcing that its Memphis-based investment banking franchise is up for sale, Regions Financial Corp. still has not announced that it’s reached a deal for the unit.

37. Shocker: Power Demand From US Homes is Falling -

NEW YORK (AP) – American homes are more cluttered than ever with devices, and they all need power: Cellphones and iPads that have to be charged, DVRs that run all hours, TVs that light up in high definition.

38. Feds Sue 17 Major U.S. Banks, Including First Tenn. Parent -

The federal agency that oversees the government-sponsored mortgage entities Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac has filed lawsuits seeking billions of dollars in compensation from several major U.S. banks, including the parent company of First Tennessee Bank.

39. Feds Sue 17 Major U.S. Banks, including First Tenn. Parent -

The federal agency that oversees the government-sponsored mortgage entities Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac has filed suit seeking billions of dollars in compensation from several major U.S. banks, including the parent company of First Tennessee Bank.

40. Goldman to Stop Controversial Mortgage Practices -

NEW YORK (AP) – Goldman Sachs' mortgage subsidiary agreed Thursday to stop many of its controversial mortgage-related practices in a settlement with a New York state banking regulator.

41. Bank of America Sells Half of its China Bank Stake -

NEW YORK (AP) – Bank of America Corp. is selling half of its stake in China Construction Bank Corp. to raise cash and shore up its capital base.

42. Buffett Gives $5 Bln Vote of Confidence to BofA -

NEW YORK (AP) – Warren Buffett is coming to the rescue of another fallen giant.

Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc. announced Thursday that it would invest $5 billion in Bank of America Corp., giving a much-needed vote of confidence to the beleaguered bank. The news sent the bank's stock soaring 9 percent.

43. FDIC: Number of Problem Banks Fell to 865 in Q2 -

WASHINGTON (AP) – The number of troubled banks tracked by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. fell in the April-June quarter, the first quarterly drop in five years. But growth in bank earnings slowed, a sign that the financial industry is feeling the effects of a weak economy.

44. S&P Chief Resigns; Hedge Fund Seeks Parent Split -

NEW YORK (AP) – Standard & Poor's wild month continues.

The president of S&P is stepping down just two weeks after the rating agency stripped the United States of its AAA credit rating. At the same time, an activist hedge fund is calling for S&P's parent to break into four separate companies to unlock more value for shareholders.

45. Health Care Stocks Endure Turmoil Better Than Most -

Health care stocks historically provide a relatively safe haven in roiling markets. They're less tethered to the economy's every movement than other stocks and tend to be less volatile.

Anxious investors might be considering putting money in the sector, but the current outlook is complicated by uncertainty over the government's changing involvement in health care. The wild card is potential cuts to Medicare or Medicaid, soon to be considered by Congress' new debt-reduction supercommittee.

46. Allstate Sues Goldman Sachs Over Toxic Investments -

Allstate Corp. is suing Goldman Sachs Group Inc. claiming the broker fraudulently sold it more than $123 million in mortgage-backed securities in 2006 and 2007, before the housing market collapse sent the investments' value plunging.

47. Morgan Keegan Deal Expected Soon -

The end of a bidding process that began in June for the Memphis-based investment banking franchise of Regions Financial Corp. may be near.

48. Top Bankers Urge Obama, Congress to Reach Deal -

NEW YORK (AP) — The chief executives of the largest U.S. financial institutions sent a letter to The White House and to members of the Congress, urging them come to an agreement this week to raise the nation's borrowing limit.

49. Applications for Unemployment Aid Drop Below 400K -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The number of people seeking unemployment benefits dropped last week to the lowest level since early April, a sign the job market may be healing after a recent slump.

50. Morgan Keegan Details Could Come Soon -

Regions Financial Corp. CEO Grayson Hall said during Regions’ second quarter earnings conference call Tuesday, July 26, that details would be forthcoming soon about the Memphis-based investment banking franchise Regions put on the auction block in June.

51. Morgan Keegan Bid Deadline Arrives -

Monday, July 25, was reportedly a deadline for Regions Financial Corp. to get initial bids for the Memphis-based investment bank Regions put on the auction block in June.

52. Bids for Morgan Keegan Coming Monday -

Regions Financial Corp. will reportedly get initial bids on Monday, July 25, from several major firms for the Memphis-based investment banking and capital markets business that Regions put on the auction block in June.

53. JPMorgan Investment Bank has Surprise Gains in Q2 -

NEW YORK (AP) – JPMorgan Chase surprised Wall Street Thursday with a sharp increase in investment banking income at a time when other banks are warning of layoffs because of a slowdown in trading.

54. WaMu Settles Class Action Suit for $208.5 Million -

LOS ANGELES (AP) – Washington Mutual Inc. and its fellow defendants have agreed to pay $208.5 million to settle a class-action lawsuit stemming from the lender's collapse in 2008, the biggest U.S. bank failure in history.

55. Elvis Presley Enterprises Parent Acquired -

CKx Inc., the parent company of Elvis Presley Enterprises since 2005, will now be in the hands of a New York private equity firm.

56. Reports: JPMorgan Seeks Minority Stake in Twitter -

NEW YORK (AP) – JPMorgan Chase & Co.'s new fund that invests in social media companies is in talks to buy a minority stake in Twitter, according to published reports.

57. Panel Finds Financial Crisis was Avoidable -

WASHINGTON (AP) – The government-appointed panel investigating the roots of the financial crisis says the meltdown occurred because government officials and Wall Street executives ignored warning signs and failed to manage risks.

58. Smith & Nephew Rumors Continue to Swirl -

Despite Smith & Nephew’s attempts to quash rampant rumors that it’s being targeted for takeover, Wall Street seems to be sticking with the maxim that where there’s smoke, there’s fire.

59. New Tax Law Packed With Obscure Business Tax Cuts -

WASHINGTON (AP) – The massive new tax bill signed into law by President Barack Obama is filled with all kinds of holiday stocking stuffers for businesses: tax breaks for producing TV shows, grants for putting up windmills, rum subsidies for Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.

60. Smith & Nephew to Add 100 Memphis Jobs -

Smith & Nephew’s orthopaedics division will increase its Memphis employee base by about 100 new jobs, or 5 percent, during the first quarter of 2011.

The company said new job postings will appear on Smith-Nephew.com through the end of December and into January.

61. Smith & Nephew to Add 100 Jobs in Memphis -

Smith & Nephew Orthopaedics will increase its Memphis employee base by about 100 new jobs, or 5 percent, during the first quarter of 2011.

The company said new job postings will appear on Smith-Nephew.com through the end of December and into January.

62. Acquisition Rumors Swirl Around Smith & Nephew -

Smith & Nephew PLC’s stock price was up slightly in London amid rumors of an acquisition.

A Bloomberg report said it was the biggest gain in two years for the London-based manufacturer of medical devices, which has operations in 32 countries.

63. Fed ID's Companies That Used Crisis Loan Programs -

WASHINGTON (AP) – The Federal Reserve revealed details Wednesday of more than $3 trillion in emergency aid it provided to U.S. and foreign banks during the financial crisis.

It also named the companies that used its emergency loan programs and revealed how much they borrowed. Newly released documents show the companies included Goldman Sachs & Co., Citigroup Inc., JPMorgan Chase & Co., Bank of America Corp. and Wells Fargo & Co. They also show that foreign banks such as Barclays, Royal Bank of Scotland and Deutche Bank borrowed hundreds of billions of dollars.

64. Chandler Finds Cookbook Writing ‘Simply Successful’ -

Jennifer Chandler cooks in an ordinary galley kitchen with one sink, one Jenn-Air stove and one Sub-Zero refrigerator, which was in the house already.

65. Dow Falls Below 11,000 as Dollar Rises -

NEW YORK (AP) — A stronger dollar and a surprise interest rate hike in China that may slow that country's economy helped push stocks sharply lower Tuesday.

The Dow Jones industrial average fell below 11,000 for the first time in a little more than a week, reversing a streak that had sent the index up nearly 8 percent for the year.

66. Proposed Burger King Buyout Clears Another Hurdle -

MIAMI (AP) – Investment firm 3G Capital's proposed $3.26 billion buyout of Burger King Holdings Inc. has cleared another hurdle as the 40 days that the burger chain was given to solicit third-party offers has expired.

67. JPMorgan Chase's Profit Jumps 23 Percent in Q3 -

NEW YORK (AP) – JPMorgan Chase & Co. said Wednesday that its third-quarter profit jumped 23 percent because the banking giant was able to set aside less money to cover loan losses.

68. SEC Proposes Caps on Trading Venue Stakes -

WASHINGTON (AP) – Federal regulators on Wednesday proposed to cap the stake that banks and other market players can own in exchanges where the complex investments blamed for hastening the financial crisis are traded.

69. Burger King Agrees to $3.26B Buyout by 3G Capital -

CHICAGO (AP) – Burger King Holdings Inc., the nation's perennially No. 2 hamburger chain, said Thursday that it is selling itself to little-known private equity firm 3G Capital in a deal valued at $3.26 billion.

70. Morgan Keegan Retains Spot Atop Firm Rankings -

For the fourth consecutive time, Morgan Keegan’s Focus List has ranked No. 1 among the stock lists of 13 leading national and regional brokerage firms, according to Zacks Investment Research Inc.

71. SEC Chief Says Enforcement Has Increased -

WASHINGTON (AP) – The head of the Securities and Exchange Commission said Tuesday that the agency has been revamped and has stepped up enforcement since the financial crisis. Agency officials are also ready to write new rules for companies affected by the sweeping legislation that is about to become law, she told House lawmakers.

72. Market Slump Expected to Dent Profits at Big Banks -

NEW YORK (AP) — The bank industry's earnings winning streak may be over.

A terrible spring in the financial markets is expected to leave the nation's big banks with second-quarter earnings that fall short of their stellar results from the first three months of the year. That's bad news for companies that relied on trading profits to mask a still-miserable banking climate with high losses from failed loans and low demand for credit.

73. CEO Sees Ford Continuing to Improve Into 2011 -

WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) — Ford's chief executive told shareholders that the second-largest U.S. automaker will see "continuing improvement" into 2011 but wouldn't say when the company might reinstate a dividend.

74. AP Source: NY AG Probing 8 Banks Over Securities -

NEW YORK (AP) — New York's attorney general has launched an investigation into eight banks to determine whether they misled ratings agencies about mortgage securities, according to a person familiar with the inquiry.

75. Hospital Operator HCA Inc. Files for $4.6B IPO -

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Hospital chain HCA Inc. plans to raise $4.6 billion in its third initial public offering of common stock, more than three years after it was taken private in a leveraged buyout by a group of private equity investors.

76. Goldman Sachs Paid $20K to Ford -

Goldman Sachs paid the lobbying firm of former Memphis Congressman Harold Ford Sr. $20,000 at the end of 2009. Congressional records from the fourth quarter show The Harold Ford Group was paid to promote the interests of the powerful Wall Street investment bank on issues including the pending financial reform bill.

77. In Financial Regs Debate, Senators Look to Details -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Now it's all about the details.

With Republicans ceding the way for debate, legislation to impose sweeping new controls on financial institutions faces a test from both parties. Some Democrats seek tougher restrictions on banks; some Republicans aim to ease consumer protection provisions.

78. Obama Slams Wall Street Ways While Asking Support -

NEW YORK (AP) - President Barack Obama rebuked Wall Street for risky practices Thursday even as he sought its leaders' help for "updated, commonsense" banking regulations to head off any new financial crisis.

79. Morgan Stanley's Profit of $1.41B Tops Forecasts -

NEW YORK (AP) - Morgan Stanley reported Wednesday its first-quarter profit surged to $1.41 billion on strong results from its trading operations. The investment bank easily topped analysts' expectations.

80. Schwab Settles Mortgage-Backed Securities Suit -

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Charles Schwab will pay $200 million to resolve a federal class action lawsuit filed by investors who say the financial holding company misled them over the safety of mortgage-backed securities.

81. IMF Trims Estimate of Losses from Financial Crisis -

WASHINGTON (AP) - The world's banks could be spared billions in losses thanks to a global economy that is recovering from the financial meltdown more quickly than initially expected.

The International Monetary Fund is forecasting that global bank losses from the financial crisis will total $2.28 trillion, a drop of $533 billion from an estimate made last October.

82. Pay Cut for 25 Top Earners at 5 Bailed-Out Firms -

WASHINGTON (AP) - The administration's pay czar said Tuesday that the top 25 earners at five companies still receiving extraordinary aid from the government's bailout fund will be paid an average 15 percent less in 2010 than in 2009 under his restrictions.

83. Bank of America Warrants Sale Raises $1.54 Billion -

WASHINGTON (AP) - The U.S. Treasury Department has received a record $1.54 billion from the sale of warrants it received from Bank of America as part of the support it provided during the financial crisis.

84. Morgan Keegan Earns Industry Distinctions -

Morgan Keegan & Co. since 2006 has almost doubled its number of public finance bankers and has been making a big push into new markets that are hotbeds of municipal bond activity.

85. CIT Names Ex-Merrill CEO Thain as Chairman, CEO -

NEW YORK (AP) - John Thain is getting a second chance.

CIT Group Inc. tapped the former Merrill Lynch CEO to become its chairman and chief executive.

86. Geithner Draws Fire Defending Fed on AIG Bailout -

WASHINGTON (AP) - Democrats and Republicans alike pummeled U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner on Wednesday over his role in the $180 billion bailout of insurance giant AIG Inc., venting public anger over Wall Street's return to prosperity while unemployment stands at 10 percent.

87. Ex-Treasury Boss Paulson to Address AIG Bailouts -

WASHINGTON (AP) - A House panel probing the bailout of American International Group Inc. is sharpening its questions for two U.S. Treasury secretaries and a federal investigator who believes the Federal Reserve withheld documents.

88. Obama Steps Up Campaign Against Wall Street Banks -

WASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama stepped up his campaign against Wall Street on Thursday with a far-reaching proposal for tougher regulation of the biggest banks.

"We have to get this done," Obama said at the White House. "If these folks want a fight, it's a fight I'm ready to have."

89. Bernanke Asks GAO to Review Fed Role in AIG Rescue -

WASHINGTON (AP) - Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke took the unusual step Tuesday of asking Congress' investigative arm to conduct a "full review" of the Fed's role in bailing out insurance giant American International Group.

90. Bonus Comeback: Bailout, Lobbying Boost Bank Pay -

NEW YORK (AP) - The fat cats were supposed to get their comeuppance.

After Wall Street's most prominent firms – by their own admission – helped cause the 2008 financial meltdown and got bailed out by the government, they were supposed to stop handing out million-dollar bonuses to their employees. No one was supposed to get seven- and eight-figure rewards, not after the Great Recession left one in 10 Americans unemployed. Not after President Barack Obama – who on Thursday called such pay "obscene" – had promised to clamp down on lavish bonuses.

91. Geithner Will Testify on Secretive Bailout Deals -

WASHINGTON (AP) - U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner is set to testify before a House probe into his role in deals that sent billions of bailout dollars to Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and other big banks.

92. Geithner Called to Explain AIG Bailout Secrecy -

WASHINGTON (AP) - A House committee is planning to grill U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner about his role in the massive bailout of failed insurer American International Group Inc.

93. Geithner's NY Fed Told AIG to Keep Quiet on Deals -

WASHINGTON (AP) - Controversial deals that sent billions of bailout dollars to Goldman Sachs and other banks were kept quiet under pressure from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, then led by U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner.

94. Obama to Banks: Ease Lending to Businesses -

WASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama challenged top bankers Monday to explore "every responsible way" to increase lending, saying they were obliged to help after being rescued by taxpayers. He asked them to "take a third and fourth look" at their small-business lending.

95. Morgan Stanley Names New CFO, Other Top Managers -

NEW YORK (AP) - Morgan Stanley elevated its chief financial officer to a new role as co-chief of investment banking and global securities trading Tuesday as part of a management shake-up ahead of James Gorman's assumption of the CEO role on Jan. 1.

96. Fed Tightens Conflict of Interest Rules -

WASHINGTON (AP) - The Federal Reserve last week tightened the conflict of interest restrictions governing the boards of directors of its 12 regional banks.

The new rules were passed to deal with potential conflicts such as one that involved Stephen Friedman, a former chairman of Goldman Sachs Group Inc. The requirements take effect immediately and spell out the obligations of directors with ties to financial institutions that change status while the official is serving on a Fed regional board.

97. Lawmakers Seek Fed Audit after Critical AIG Report -

WASHINGTON (AP) - A group of House Democrats are stepping up demands for greater transparency from the Federal Reserve after reports that the Fed mishandled the bailout of insurance giant American International Group Inc.

98. Dollar General Shares Rise in IPO Debut -

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) – Shares of Dollar General rose in its first day of trading Friday as investors flocked to the highly anticipated offering of the discount retailer.

Dollar General’s initial public offering of 34.1 million shares was priced at $21 late Thursday, raising $716.1 million.

99. Dollar General IPO Drawing Draws Investor Buzz -

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) - Discount retailer Dollar General is expected to price shares for its initial public offering Thursday and begin trading Friday, betting investors will want to have a hand in the future of frugal.

100. Tax Credit Decision Could Cost $5.2 Billion -

WASHINGTON (AP) - Fannie Mae said Monday it may have to ask the government for more financial assistance because the company cannot sell $5.2 billion in tax credits.

The U.S. Treasury Department last week blocked Fannie Mae from selling about $2.6 billion in low-income housing tax credits to investors that included Goldman Sachs Group Inc. Treasury said the sale would result in a loss of tax revenue greater than the savings to the government.