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  • October 17, 2018

    Ex-Fed Agent Can't Ditch Silk Road Bitcoin Theft Sentence

    A California federal judge Wednesday denied an ex-Secret Service agent’s bid to vacate a nearly six-year sentence for stealing bitcoin during an investigation of black market website Silk Road, saying the law enforcement officer “knowingly and voluntarily” entered into his plea deal and his counsel “was not ineffective.”

  • October 17, 2018

    Master Account Suit Of 'Narrow Bank' Isn't Ripe: NY Fed​​​​​​​

    The Federal Reserve Bank of New York on Tuesday previewed its anticipated bid to escape a lawsuit from a new “narrow bank” that alleges it’s been unfairly blocked from receiving a Fed master account, telling a Manhattan federal judge that the case is premature because the bank’s application is still under review.

  • October 17, 2018

    NY Times Urges Judge To Unseal Docs In Trump Dossier Row

    The New York Times asked a Florida federal court Wednesday to unseal documents filed by both sides of a Russian tech executive’s defamation lawsuit against BuzzFeed over its publishing of a dossier alleging ties between Russia and President Donald Trump.

  • October 17, 2018

    Treasury Declines To Name China A Currency Manipulator

    The U.S. Department of the Treasury declined to name China as a currency manipulator in its semiannual report Wednesday amid growing trade tensions with Beijing, but nevertheless gave a stern warning about the overall weakness of the Chinese currency renminbi and the lack of transparency in its monetary system.

  • October 17, 2018

    FirstEnergy's Bankrupt Units Seek OK For $25M Credit Deal

    FirstEnergy’s bankrupt power generation subsidiaries have asked an Ohio bankruptcy court to allow them to take out up to $25 million in letters of credit, saying the credit will help to keep the company’s seven power plants in operation.

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