BRIEF-Ten will issue 4 mln Series E preferred shares at a price to public of $25 per share
* Ten Ltd. announces pricing of its successful public offering of its series e fixed-to-floating rate cumulative redeemable perpetual preferred shares
May 13 The following are the top stories on the New York Times business pages. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
* So far, Chinese companies have concentrated on selling parts and opening offices, but some see the day when Chinese cars will be sold in the United States. ()
* Broadcast networks are preparing to unveil new fall lineups for an audience that is shrinking rapidly, lured away by new rivals on all sides. ()
* Barbara Walters, network television's first anchorwoman, plans to announce Monday she'll leave the business where she broke barriers and rules for more than 50 years. ()
* Lee Raymond, JPMorgan Chase's outspoken lead director, will be a major factor in its shareholder vote on Jamie Dimon's role at the bank. ()
* Fostering innovation has become a mantra among corporate leaders and government officials in Taiwan because its huge consumer electronics industry has run into serious trouble. ()
* This week ABC will quietly revolutionize its app for iPhones and iPads with a button called "live." Users around New York and Philadelphia will be able to live-stream all the programming from ABC's local stations there, the first time that any major broadcaster has turned on such a technology. ()
* Increasingly, the authorities say, criminals are using expensive artworks - bought and sold in secret and with little regulation - to hide ill-gotten profits. ()
BOSTON, March 29 Billionaire investor William Ackman told investors that betting on Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc was a "huge mistake" and apologized "deeply and profoundly" for losing so much of his shareholders' money on the investment.