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Offering Small Fees, Banks Cater to Low-Income Customers by MICHAEL CORKERY and JESSICA SILVER-GREENBERG

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By MICHAEL CORKERY and JESSICA SILVER-GREENBERG

The products provide a different kind of payout: good will from regulators and a chance to woo customers who might one day become profitable. 17 more words

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Changing Old Antitrust Thinking for a New Gilded Age by STEVEN DAVIDOFF SOLOMON

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By STEVEN DAVIDOFF SOLOMON

Industry-consolidating acquisitions are all the rage, creating huge corporations similar to the trusts of a century ago, but different enough to require policy that considers effects beyond competition. 17 more words

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Fed Is Said to Criticize Deutsche Bank's Oversight and Reporting Efforts by MATTHEW GOLDSTEIN

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By MATTHEW GOLDSTEIN

A lawyer for a former employee of the bank said the Federal Reserve Bank of New York told the German bank of its findings in December. 18 more words

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Familiar Ignition Flaw Leads to Recall by Chrysler of Jeep S.U.V.s by HILARY STOUT

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By HILARY STOUT

The defect affects a still-undetermined number of Jeep Commanders and Grand Cherokees manufactured between 2005 and 2007. 18 more words

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Judge Orders Argentina and Funds to Negotiate by ALEXANDRA STEVENSON

Robert Maynard Presents New York Times Business Section
By ALEXANDRA STEVENSON

The judge has forbidden Argentina from paying creditors who accepted its long-ago restructuring, if the country has not satisfied the holdouts. 28 more words

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An Austrian Company in Gazprom's Grip by STANLEY REED

Robert Maynard Presents New York Times Business Section
By STANLEY REED

As the European Union weighs sanctions against Russia, the Austrian energy firm OMV is caught in a bind. 17 more words

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McDonald’s Profit Slips as U.S. Sales Continue to Lag by THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

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By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

The chain has been struggling to grow in its flagship market in the face of intensifying competition, changing eating habits and the persistent financial struggles of its lower-income customers. 17 more words

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