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Here are the potential targets, plus the banks that win without even playing.
Bank One purchases Circuit City's remaining credit division as the electronics retailer battles falling earnings.
Investors' focus turns to the future, as positive earnings have limited impact.
Skeptics say the second sequential decline offers insights into motives for J.P. Morgan Chase deal.
Its quarter is a good example of why merger mania has come to the banking sector.
The 'transmission cuts' lead to higher equity prices, tighter credit spreads, lower interest rates and a weaker dollar.
There will be overlap among Morgan's 62 funds and Bank One's 49 funds, which could lead to fund mergers and foldings.
Investors shake off early profit-taking amid strong earnings as the market rally shows resilience.
The Bank One CEO will have no more excuses when he takes over at J.P. Morgan in two years.
Analysts say independents that stay lean could be consolidation's winners.
The Bank One acquisition neatly ends the William Harrison controversy.
This J.P. Morgan-Bank One deal makes earnings irrelevant and the sector ripe for consolidation.
Parrying rival Bank of America's recent move, J.P. Morgan scoops up the Midwest credit card giant for $59 billion.
More than a dozen plaintiffs' law firms have brought suits against major fund companies.
Federated says late trading and market-timing occurred.
Investment companies that manage mutual fund and hedge fund money side by side can expect some significant new rules.
The bank-trust middleman of choice for the market-timing crowd gets shut down.
Sources tie the global fund firm to the scandal-tainted hedge fund, while trading activity raises major red flags.
Richard Garland's emails were the most damning aspect of New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer's allegations.
We rank the major players from most to least egregious, and lay out the possible outcomes.
Word Massachusetts is looking at General Counsel William Woolverton comes as Putnam settles with SEC.
Two more casualties in the mutual fund industry trading scandal.
Alliance, Strong and Invesco are targeted in the fund scandal, and two high-level Alliance officials resign.
Analysts say the diversified fund company parents might represent good value.
Mutual funds and brokers are increasingly leaning on an advice-of-counsel defense.
Whether they did anything wrong or not, many managers say the publicity isn't worth it.
A reader questions the logic of selling a well-performing Strong fund amid the industry scandal.
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