Oct 24 (Reuters) - The following are the top stories in the
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U.S. JURY RULES AGAINST BANK OF AMERICA IN MORTGAGE TRIAL
U.S. TASK FORCE PROBES NINE BANKS ON MORTGAGE-BACKED
AMERICAN REALTY BUYS COLE REAL ESTATE FOR $11.2 BLN
GSK CHINA SALES PLUMMET 60 PCT SINCE SCANDAL
PINTEREST VALUE LEAPS 52 PCT TO $3.8 BLN
A jury found Bank of America liable for fraud on
Wednesday over selling defective home loans to two
government-backed mortgage companies, delivering the U.S.
government a major win on a financial crisis case.
The U.S. Department of Justice has launched a probe into the
mortgage-backed securities sales of at least nine banks as part
of an effort by the task force that slapped JPMorgan Chase with a $13 billion fine, people familiar with the matter
American Realty Capital Properties said it would
pay $11.2 billion for Cole Real Estate Investments, creating the
largest net-leased real estate investment trust in the United
GlaxoSmithKline's third-quarter drug sales in China
plunged 61 percent following a high-profile bribery probe
launched by Beijing into Britain's biggest drugmaker's alleged
The value of San Francisco-based Pinterest rose by over 50
percent to $3.8 billion after the online scrapbook raised $225
million in equity funding.
(Compiled by Richa Naidu in Bangalore; Editing by Subhranshu
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