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MessagePosté le: Mer 19 Déc - 22:14 (2012)    Sujet du message: USA Répondre en citant

-[20121127]-[dossiers]-[HP]]Les enjeux du “fiscal cliff” aux Etats-Unis
 


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MessagePosté le: Mer 19 Déc - 22:15 (2012)    Sujet du message: USA Répondre en citant

Données privées : le régulateur américain enquête
19/12 | 18:19 | Karl de Meyer 
 
La FTC enquête sur neuf sociétés de collecte de données peu connues du grand public... mais qui en savent beaucoup sur les consommateurs. 
 


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MessagePosté le: Jeu 20 Déc - 02:43 (2012)    Sujet du message: USA Répondre en citant

Trois banquiers suisses inculpés à New YorkLe bureau du procureur de Manhattan a annoncé mercredi l'inculpation de trois banquiers suisses, soupçonnés d'avoir aidé des clients à échapper au fisc.


Le gouvernement américain accuse les trois hommes d'avoir conspiré avec des clients américains afin de soustraire 420 millions de dollars (383,9 millions de francs) au fisc. Aucun de ces banquiers n'a été arrêté, ont précisé les services du procureur.
Début décembre, trois banquiers suisses avaient déjà été inculpés à New York pour avoir aidé des contribuables américains à échapper au fisc. Ils avaient notamment récupéré des clients qui fuyaient UBS de peur d'être découverts.
Ces trois hommes avaient été mis en accusation par un «grand jury» pour avoir monté «un plan avec des contribuables américains et d'autres personnes afin de cacher plus de 1,2 milliard d'actifs au fisc», ont indiqué dans un communiqué ces services.


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MessagePosté le: Jeu 20 Déc - 22:04 (2012)    Sujet du message: USA Répondre en citant

How Walmart Helped Make the Newtown Shooter's AR-15 the Most Popular Assault Weapon in America
GEORGE ZORNICK
When Adam Lanza entered Sandy Hook Elementary School on Friday, December 14, inexplicably bent on ending as many lives as possible, he was carrying a Bushmaster AR-15 assault rifle and several high-capacity magazines. Sadly, this isn't the first time the country has had to deal with the aftermath of a horrific shooting spree, nor is it the first time we've encountered an AR-15 in this context: only days earlier, it was the weapon of choice for a shooting at an Oregon mall that killed two people. Five months earlier, it was used by James Holmes in an attack that wounded fifty-eight people and killed twelve in an Aurora, Colorado, movie theater. And several years before that, a man and his teenage accomplice used a Bushmaster AR-15 to terrorize the Washington, DC, area with a series of random shootings. 
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MessagePosté le: Ven 21 Déc - 19:53 (2012)    Sujet du message: USA Répondre en citant

RIM agrees Nokia patent payout

BlackBerry maker to pay lump sum and ongoing fees as Nokia continues to pursue HTC and ViewSonic


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MessagePosté le: Sam 22 Déc - 19:11 (2012)    Sujet du message: USA Répondre en citant

Newtown, Guns and Wall Street: Is It Just About the Money?
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At first glance, Cerberus Capital Management LP's decision to dump Freedom Group, maker of the semiautomatic rifle used in the Newton, Conn., massacre, was purely economic.
"We do not believe that Freedom Group or any single company or individual can prevent senseless violence or the illegal use or procurement of firearms and ammunition," the company wrote in a statement.
The company added. "It is not our role to take positions, or attempt to shape or influence the gun control policy debate."
As if to underscore the cold logic of Cerberus in making its decision, reporting showed Cerberus surrendered only after pension funds pressured the private-equity fund and founder Stephen Feinberg.
To some outsiders, Cerberus's move wasn't enough. The message seemed to be: "This is about the money." It was too unfeeling. It might have been the right move, but it was being made for the wrong reason.
Even if that was the case, Cerberus's dumping of the maker of the Bushmaster wasn't ruthless. It is free-market capitalism at its finest: a company responding to market forces, its investors, customers and owners.
Cerberus officials didn't respond to requests for comment.
If anything, the move proves that shareholder democracy could be effective if enough stakeholders get on board. Sadly, most don't, either because big fund companies have incentives to go along with management or because they don't think companies will respond, or both.
Sometimes activism requires just picking up the telephone.
That said, it would be surprising if Mr. Feinberg, who has been described as an avid hunter and gun enthusiast, truly had Freedom pried from his hands by the investment manager of the California State Teachers Retirement System.
Mr. Feinberg, 53 years old, is still an influential member of the Wall Street community. His roots go back to Drexel Burnham Lambert, arguably the industry's equivalent of the Founding Fathers.
Also consider that unlike the mass shootings in Aurora, Colo., or at Virginia Tech, the tragedy in Newtown was almost in Wall Street's backyard.
Newton is an "exurb" of the traditional banking and finance center of New York City and a suburb of modern finance. Many hedge funds operate just south in Danbury, Stamford and Greenwich, where Mr. Feinberg has a home.
For all of its pastoral affectations, Newtown is a community of the wealthy. The median household income of $90,193 is nearly twice the national median. Just 2.2% of families are below the poverty line.
Nancy Lanza, mother of shooter Adam Lanza, reportedly was a former stockbroker. Her ex-husband is an executive with GE Energy Financial Services.
More than half of working residents in the Newtown area described their employment as management, professional or financial, according to a report last year by the town's economic-development commission.
Mr. Feinberg's father, Martin, also lives in Newtown. He described the shooting as "devastating."
None of this means Cerberus or Mr. Feinberg is hiding something. But it would be foolish to pretend that the proximity of the Newtown shooting didn't give the tragedy immediacy to the financial industry.
In addition, Mr. Feinberg has long cultivated a private persona. Cerberus's troubled investments in Chrysler and GMAC prompted him to write that he despised "all the public attention" those investments brought. He also implied that even if Chrysler stumbled, Cerberus and its investors could make money, writing "we do not need to be heroes."
So, in weighing the sale of Freedom Group, Mr. Feinberg and his Cerberus colleagues may well have used a cold cost-benefit analysis. That certainly would be the best message to send to your investors, who want to feel their stake carries significant weight.
But it is also fair to wonder if Freedom would be on the block today if the shooting had happened in Montana or Texas. It is, after all, one thing to make a ruthless decision, quite another to make it when you have to look your neighbor in the eye.
Write to David Weidner at david.weidner@dowjones.com

 
 
 
 
 
 


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MessagePosté le: Lun 24 Déc - 19:55 (2012)    Sujet du message: USA Répondre en citant

Winter storm poses threat to Christmas-week travel

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MessagePosté le: Mar 25 Déc - 01:06 (2012)    Sujet du message: USA Répondre en citant

Dock workers ready to strike at U.S. ports


By Kate Gibson, MarketWatch

NEW YORK (MarketWatch) — Dock workers are readying to strike next weekend along the East and Gulf Coasts in a labor dispute that threatens shipments of retail goods, food and components used in manufacturing.
Negotiations broke down on Tuesday between the International Longshoremen’s Association, or ILA, which represents about 15,000 dock workers, and the U.S. Maritime Alliance Ltd., or USMX, which represents management at 14 ports from Boston to Houston.


n a Wednesday notice to local unions posted on its website, the union said contract talks were “not progressing well” and a strike was expected to begin Sunday, Dec. 30.
Union members would not move containerized cargo including clothing, frozen foods and household goods, but would handle mail, military cargo and some perishables, ILA President Harold Daggett, wrote in the notice.
There is “nothing new to report,” James McNamara, a spokesman for the ILA, AFL-CIO, said Sunday in an email.
Central to the dispute are so-called container royalty fees, or levies on cargo that supplement wages, with employers looking to cap the payments and the union declaring them to be off limits.
The union said its offer to extend the deadline of the current contract through the end of January 2013 had been rejected.
On Friday, the USMX said the union’s strike authorization poised “serious consequences for the nation’s economy,” saying a 10-day lockout at West Coast ports 10 years ago cost the U.S. economy an estimated $1 billion a day.
The National Retail Federation also voiced concerns, urging President Barack Obama in a letter this week to use all options available to him, “including the authority under the Taft-Hartley Act, to keep the parties at the negotiating table.” 


Kate Gibson is a reporter for MarketWatch, based in New York.


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MessagePosté le: Mar 25 Déc - 20:11 (2012)    Sujet du message: USA Répondre en citant

RIM joue son va-tout avec BlackBerry 10
25/12 | 15:41 | Guillaume de Calignon 
 
Le groupe canadien présentera son nouveau système d'exploitation le 30 janvier. Un échec remettrait en cause l'existence de l'entreprise. 


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MessagePosté le: Mer 26 Déc - 23:26 (2012)    Sujet du message: USA Répondre en citant

U.S. will reach debt ceiling on Dec. 31: Geithner

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MessagePosté le: Jeu 27 Déc - 00:38 (2012)    Sujet du message: USA Répondre en citant

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THE WALL STREET JOURNAL
The Evening Wrap

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A jury in Pittsburgh on Wednesday found that chip maker  Marvell Technology Group Ltd. should pay nearly $1.17 billion for infringing patents held by Carnegie Mellon University.

If the decision stands, the award would rank among the largest to date in a patent case.

Shares in Marvell fell 10% amid the verdict, dropping 85 cents to $7.40 at 4 p.m. Wednesday on the  Nasdaq Stock Market.

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MessagePosté le: Jeu 27 Déc - 01:02 (2012)    Sujet du message: USA Répondre en citant

Le plafond de la dette américaine sera atteint le 31 décembre
26/12 | 22:47 
 
Timothy Geithner a annoncé 200 milliards de dollars de 'mesures exceptionnelles' pour faire face à un possible défaut de paiement. 
 


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MessagePosté le: Jeu 27 Déc - 16:29 (2012)    Sujet du message: USA Répondre en citant

Dollar falls more, Treasurys down after claims

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MessagePosté le: Ven 28 Déc - 00:03 (2012)    Sujet du message: USA Répondre en citant

Le fiasco budgétaire menace les Etats-Unis
27/12 | 17:37 | mis à jour à 22:03 | Lucie Robequain 
 
Un accord avant le 1er janvier est désormais hautement improbable, selon le camp démocrate. La dette américaine s'apprête à dépasser le plafond autorisé par le Congrès. 


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MessagePosté le: Ven 28 Déc - 11:23 (2012)    Sujet du message: USA Répondre en citant

REVUE DE PRESSE 09:37

L’idée d’armer les profs américains fait son chemin(AFP)


Dans des Etats comme l’Utah ou l’Arizona, les lobbys pro-armes disent vouloir éviter un nouveau Newtown. Les opposants rétorquent que cela revient à dire que la seule réponse à la violence, c’est plus de violence


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