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  • That's because AOL has racked up losses in its website business even as it continues to invest in what Starboard called "money-losing growth initiatives" like Patch, a network of local news websites.

    Activist Fund Slams AOL's Strategy

  • As a result, the bank is negotiating with Protium officials to accelerate the loan's repayment, a process that is likely to lead to the still-illiquid assets getting dumped in the market at money-losing prices.

    Barclays Sees Profit Jump 36%

  • Means and Reed, the Mountain View and San Jose city councils likely would have been willing subsidize money-losing courses during a downturn in the belief that interest would pick up as the economy improved.

    Public Courses Get Mired in Golfing Slump

  • The debt payment plays into a complicated negotiation over financing with majority owner Sprint Nextel Corp. Failure to make the payment would raise concerns about whether the money-losing company can avoid bankruptcy protection.

    Clearwire May Skip Debt Payment

  • That does separate it from the many failing, money-losing ventures that his bosses also supported.

    Solyndra Without the Tears

  • Magna said the sale of its money-losing carpet plant in Germany and costs to settle certain patent infringement and other claims reduced earnings in the latest quarter by 52 cents a share.

    Magna Profit Falls on Charges

  • The pricing woes have reverberated through the television supply chain, leading to losses at LCD panel makers such as LG Display Co. and recent plans by Sony Corp. to slash costs at its money-losing TV operation.

    Prices for LCD TVs Continue to Fall

  • The two Greek acquisitions are now money-losing burdens and were key features in a downgrade review issued last week by Moody's Investors Service.

    Greece Expansions Backfire

  • Tumbling mortgage-bond prices set off a race by Wall Street to exit money-losing trades in recent months, depriving banks of a profit source and leaving some firms potentially nursing losses in a pullback from risky assets.

    What's News: Business & Finance

  • A tumble in mortgage-bond prices set off a race by Wall Street to exit from money-losing trades in recent months, depriving banks of a source of profit and leaving some firms potentially nursing losses.

    Costly Rush Away From Risk

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