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Matthew Goldstein

Exclusive: Nonprofit that flipped homes to investors faces scrutiny

24 Nov 2013

NEW YORK A U.S. housing regulator has been investigating the activities of a small California not-for-profit that bought hundreds of foreclosed homes through a federally backed program intended to help local communities hurt by the housing bust, according to government documents reviewed by Reuters.

Exclusive-Nonprofit that flipped homes to investors faces scrutiny

24 Nov 2013

NEW YORK A U.S. housing regulator has been investigating the activities of a small California not-for-profit that bought hundreds of foreclosed homes through a federally backed program intended to help local communities hurt by the housing bust, according to government documents reviewed by Reuters.

EXCLUSIVE-Nonprofit that flipped homes to investors faces scrutiny

24 Nov 2013

NEW YORK, Nov 24 A U.S. housing regulator has been investigating the activities of a small California not-for-profit that bought hundreds of foreclosed homes through a federally backed program intended to help local communities hurt by the housing bust, according to government documents reviewed by Reuters.

The nine lives of the eminent domain for mortgages debate

21 Nov 2013

Law professor Bob Hockett, widely credited with popularizing the idea of using eminent domain to restructure underwater mortgages, says he continues to be approached by yield-hungry angel investors looking for a way to help out struggling homeowners and make money at the same time.

Carl Icahn in his own words

20 Nov 2013

We held an hour-long discussion with Carl Icahn on Monday as part of our Reuters Global Investment Outlook Summit, going over everything from his spectacular year of performance to his thoughts on the excessive media coverage of activists like himself who push and prod corporate managers to return cash to investors. We also talked about the legacy he wants to leave.

Carl Icahn in his own words

20 Nov 2013

We held an hour-long discussion with Carl Icahn on Monday as part of our Reuters Global Investment Outlook Summit, going over everything from his spectacular year of performance to his thoughts on the excessive media coverage of activists like himself who push and prod corporate managers to return cash to investors. We also talked about the legacy he wants to leave.

U.S. to put SAC hedge fund out of business over insider trading

05 Nov 2013

NEW YORK Steven A. Cohen faces an abrupt end to his career as one of the world's most successful traders after his SAC Capital Advisors became the largest Wall Street firm in years to agree to plead guilty to criminal charges of insider trading, and pay $1.2 billion in fines.

U.S. to put SAC hedge fund out of business over insider trading

05 Nov 2013

NEW YORK Steven A. Cohen faces an abrupt end to his career as one of the world's most successful traders after his SAC Capital Advisors became the largest Wall Street firm in years to agree to plead guilty to criminal charges of insider trading, and pay $1.2 billion in fines.

U.S. to put SAC hedge fund out of business over insider trading

05 Nov 2013

NEW YORK Steven A. Cohen faces an abrupt end to his career as one of the world's most successful traders after his SAC Capital Advisors became the largest Wall Street firm in years to agree to plead guilty to criminal charges of insider trading, and pay $1.2 billion (751 million pounds) in fines. | Video

U.S. to put SAC hedge fund out of business over insider trading

05 Nov 2013

NEW YORK Steven A. Cohen faces an abrupt end to his career as one of the world's most successful traders after his SAC Capital Advisors became the largest Wall Street firm in years to agree to plead guilty to criminal charges of insider trading, and pay $1.2 billion in fines. | Video

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