Financial news on June 27, 2010

Business and Financial news
Hacienda Material

The second time is the charm for Joel Fagliano. Read more..

By PATRICK MERRELL - The New York Times

On Finance Bill, Lobbying Shifts to Regulations

Partisans on both sides will get a second chance to influence the outcome as agencies fill in the blanks in lawmakers’ vague financial legislation. Read more..

By BINYAMIN APPELBAUM - The New York Times

Richard B. Sellars, Former Chief of Johnson & Johnson, Dies at 94

Mr. Sellars is credited with persuading the company to keep its headquarters in New Brunswick, N.J. Read more..

By REED ABELSON - The New York Times

Walter Shorenstein, Democratic Donor, Dies at 95

Mr. Shorenstein was a commercial real estate developer, philanthropist and adviser to presidents, including President Lyndon B. Johnson and President Bill Clinton. Read more..

By MICHAEL S. SCHMIDT - The New York Times

White House to Push Free Trade Deal With South Korea

The Obama administration said that it would ask Congress to ratify a stalled free-trade agreement with South Korea after the midterm elections. Read more..

By SEWELL CHAN and JACKIE CALMES - The New York Times

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