Twenty-five banks showed an insufficient common equity ratio of 5.5% or less, according to the European Banking Authority.
The deal, worth $1.3 billion including debt, ends a three-month battle for the banana producer.
Large U.S. banks may be heeding the warnings of regulators and staying away from highly leveraged deals.
The appliance repair and recordable media manufacturing industries lead the list of sectors expected to produce negative returns for investors in…
Less than a week after Wade Miquelon's suit is filed, a pension-fund investment adviser calls for Walgreen to postpone a major acquisition.
Regulators had planned to review the proprietary trading activities of JPMorgan's chief investment office as early as 2008.
The struggling retailer plans to raise $625 million through an offering of notes and warrants.
Will the U.S. government's security requirements lead to faster adoption by retailers?
The rate of growth in nonfinancial companies' cash balances is finally slowing, according to numbers from Moody's.
Corporations and others are paying a 0.2% fee as banks pass on the European Central Bank's negative interest rate on deposits.