A judge in Washington ruled Friday that Glendale Federal Bank is entitled to $909 million because of changes in accounting treatment that the government required for regulatory goodwill.

The award is the first in a goodwill case, compensating the California thrift for a 1989 change in policy that affected acquirers of ailing thrifts.

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