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Wall Street probe shifts focus to bosses

US federal investigators have subpoenaed three years of documents from many of Wall Street#8217;s best-known names as their probe into investment banking shifts from analysts to their bosses.

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SEC probing IBM

The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has begun a formal investigation of how IBM Corp accounted for some revenue in 2000 and 2001.

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Getting to know more about the Carlyle Group

IT was Dwight D. Eisenhower who, upon leaving the office of the president in 1961, coined the phrase I>Iron Triangle /I>andI/I>warned against the dangers of a #147;military industrial complex,#148; and the #147;grave implications#148; of the #147;conjunction of an immense military establishment and a large arms industry.#148;

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AMP slump sparks probe by regulators

Australian regulators have launched a probe into unusual trading of futures contracts ahead of last week#8217;s market-sapping revelations by the country's largest life insurer and fund manager AMP Ltd.

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Knowing your tax well

Book review by TAN KIM SENG. Title: Malaysian Master Tax Guide 2003. Authors: CCH Tax Editors. Publisher: Commerce Clearing House

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Jusco fights head on to maintain lead

SOICHI Okazaki, managing director of Jaya Jusco Stores Bhd, met Simon Turner, Tesco#039;s chief executive officer, during the official opening of Tesco Malacca hypermarket last October.

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Former executives of Enron face new charges

The US government has brought new charges against former Enron Corp chief financial officer Andrew Fastow and, for the first time, accused his wife and seven other executives as well of fraud and other crimes in the energy giant#8217;s collapse.

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Wall Street's chapter of shame and humiliation

THE news that ten of Wall Street's biggest investment firms had agreed to pay US$1.4bil in penalties and restitution to settle charges by US regulators that their analysts regularly skewed their research to benefit a few privileged clients at the expense of smaller investors must be cold comfort to millions of individual investors who lost fortunes in relying on such tainted research.

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10 Wall St firms to pay US$1.4bil

Ten of Wall Street#8217;s biggest firms have agreed to pay about US$1.4bil and adopt reforms to resolve allegations that they issued biased ratings on stocks to win investment banking business, US federal and state regulators announced overnight in a bid to shore up investors#8217; confidence.

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MEPS on migration to smart card

The deadline for migration to chip cards is just about two months away and yet only about a tenth of the automated teller machine (ATM) card base has been converted. In QA Datuk Mohd Hata Robant, MD Malaysian Electronic Payment System (1997) Sdn Bhd (MEPS) responds to come queries.