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Southwest Airlines is considering replacing JPMorgan Chase as the issuer of its credit card rewards program, according to two people familiar with the matter.
Buried amid the tumult surrounding General Electric's decision to exit the bulk of its financial businesses is a $28 billion insurance liability that it may not be able to unload.
A revised contract between Altisource Residential and Altisource Asset Management does not go far enough in ending their relationship with Ocwen Financial.
Debt holders claim the mortgage servicer is in default, but a big investor is uneasy about its proposed $1.3 billion acquisition by the owner of a rival.
Blackstone's IPO in June 2007 coincided with the market's crest, while competitors who went public had to wait until after the financial crisis.
The sale of Ocwen's $25 billion mortgage-servicing portfolio to Nationstar is the second such transaction between the two companies. Ocwen insists its liquidity is sufficient.
Blackstone, Carlyle and Apollo are looking to buy energy assets on the cheap, and a few options appear to be available to retail investors looking to mimic their moves.