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Afternoon meeting: The found suicide note of Peregrine Financial’s CEO Add to ...

Russell Wasendorf was arrested by the FBI on Friday. His recent suicide attempt – and the note he left behind – brought attention to the troubles at the brokerage firm.

Hewlett-Packard shares dip on printer speculation
Shares dropped to a seven-year trading price low on news that printer demand has been weak.

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Diamond lawyers up
With the Barclays scandal showing no signs of abating, Bob Diamond hires a white-collar defense lawyer.

Corn is now for the cows
Drought conditions in the U.S. continue to plague crops. What might that mean for food price inflation?

Dividend vs. Bond
The research shows that high dividend yields are no reason to ditch bonds.

The best of the Libor “datadump”
A breakdown of some of the most interesting sections of documents released by the New York Fed.

Which other banks will be called out for Libor manipulation?
After the Barclays scandal, many other global banks may be at risk of investigation.

Betaworks wants to revive Digg
After $45 million U.S. in venture funding over the past six years, Digg accepts $500,000 for its technology.

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