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  • But until industry-wide fears of federal censorship and boycott changed their tune in 1934, pre-code tastemakers such as Warner Bros. production chief Darryl F.

    The Storm Before the Calm

  • The industry-wide ratio of 65% also disguises a big imbalance between large and small banks, which is central to the interbank lending market.

    Chinese Banks Are Worse Off Than You Think

  • The move made it more difficult for competitors, suppliers and analysts to study not just Wal-mart but also industry-wide trends.

    Wal-Mart to Resume Sharing Sales Data With Nielsen

  • Katrina remains the single costliest insurance event in U.S. history, but Travelers Chief Executive Jay Fishman last month sounded the alarm about the severity and expense of the tornadoes and said he expected industry-wide losses would wind up near the high end of early estimates of the costs.

    Travelers Swings to Loss on Record Catastrophe Costs

  • Some large part of the reason is the industry-wide "patent cliff," the intellectual-property expirations that expose the drugs of the 1990s heyday like Pfizer's cholesterol medicine Lipitor to generic, cheaper copies.

    'The Biomedical Century'

  • The largest U.S. cable operator and its peers have struggled with stalling industry-wide growth in pay-TV subscribers amid a weak housing market and persistent unemployment.

    Comcast Slows Subscriber Losses

  • All day long -- Major automakers release sales results from September, with a final industry-wide tally expected in late afternoon.

    Economic agenda: Friday, Oct. 1, 2010

  • Attorney General Roy Cooper's announcement Wednesday follows similar industry-wide moratoriums issued by his counterparts in Texas and Connecticut.

    N.C. joins states calling for foreclosure moratorium

  • But Connecticut is the first to institute an industry-wide ban. in Connecticut, Blumenthal said in a statement that he is investigating J.P. Morgan Chase and Ally, formerly GMAC, which is the recipient of a $17 billion federal bailout and majority-owned by the U.S.

    Connecticut halts all foreclosures for all banks

  • Texas this week became the latest state to issue an industry-wide moratorium on foreclosures and demanded that mortgage companies identify employees who improperly signed off on foreclosures documents.

    Pelosi, lawmakers call for federal probe on mortgage lenders

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