- How Edward Snowden May Have Saved American Kids From Broccoli
August 02 2013 1:03 PM
Edward Snowden may have saved U.S children from broccoli as the cost of importing the vegetable has gone up after Ecuador and U.S fallout.
- JPMorgan Ends 'Whale' Dispute, Pays Huge Fine
July 30 2013 12:51 PM
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has ended a dispute with JPMorgan after the bank agreed to pay a fine and return profits.
- Local US Governments Hiring Again
July 30 2013 10:24 AM
Many U.S. cities are reversing four years of underemployment on higher tax revenue and a recovering national economy.
- S&P 500 Points To Resurgence Of Financial Sector
July 30 2013 5:55 AM
Big second-quarter profits for banks ensure renewed dominance for the financial sector among S&P 500 components.
- Gold Price Climbing, But Some Investors Are Wary
July 29 2013 11:41 AM
Goldman Sachs is one of the groups casting aspersions on the durability of gold's recent price gains.
- Samsung Bites Into Apple's Market Share
July 26 2013 12:43 PM
Samsung's second-quarter results surge it to the top-earning and top-selling cell phone maker.
- France's Straus-Kahn Embroiled In New Sex Scandal
July 26 2013 10:42 AM
Former French presidential aspirant Dominique Struass-Kahn will face trial on pimping charges.
- Feds' Probe Turns Another Former SAC Insider
July 26 2013 9:49 AM
Richard Lee, 34, has emerged as an unlikely insider for the government's insider trading investigation.
- Real US Unemployment Rate Is Double What Government Says It Is
July 26 2013 6:11 AM
While the government is telling us that the unemployment rate is steadily coming down, the truth is it's still out of control.
- US Brings Charges Against Eastern European Hackers
July 25 2013 12:27 PM
Russian and Ukrainian hackers stole personal data In seven-year-long hacking binge that cost consumers $300 million.
- Cohen Dodges Federal Charges, But SAC Hit Hard
July 25 2013 11:29 AM
SAC, with assets of about $15 billion, has been subjected to years of federal probes into suspected securities fraud dating back to 2006.
- Payday Loan Companies Face Stiff Competition From Church Of England
July 25 2013 10:27 AM
The Church of England's initiative against payday lenders marks the first political initiative of the new archbishop of Canterbury.
- UK Government Mortgage Plan Endorsed By Lloyds TSB
July 24 2013 2:02 PM
The UK coalition government has issued details of its Help-to-buy mortgage plan to help millions get a foot on the property ladder.
- Fed's Janet Yellen Ideal For Top Post: Sheila Bair
July 24 2013 9:22 AM
Bair, former FDIC chairwoman, has endorsed vice chair Janet Yellen to replace Ben Bernanke in the Fed's top post.
- Goldman: $26B In Next Decade On 'Warehousing'?
July 23 2013 2:06 PM
Aluminum inventory storage and transportation may net the firm that much, one critic argues.
- Are Aluminum Prices Being Artificially Raised By Goldman Sachs?
July 22 2013 4:16 PM
Since Goldman Sachs bought a small aluminum storage and delivery firm in 2010, the price of the metal has almost doubled.
- European Banks Must Cut Balance Sheets By Trillions: Report
July 22 2013 10:26 AM
A Royal Banks Of Scotland report has said that European banks must continue to reduce their balance sheets.
The royal baby is late. This will probably be the first and last time that punctuality will ever be a problem for the child throughout what will be a very privileged life. Really, any later and the child may have to abdicate. But why should we care about the royal baby?
The United Kingdom looks to be heading toward a triple-dip recession, which could endanger more jobs and put strain on an already fragile public service sector. Despite all this misery, some 2,013 of the mothers who give birth the same day as Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, will be entitled to a silver 1p coin with a value of about $39, or 26 pounds. In total, that’s around 56,000 pounds worth -- or about $84,000 in total. Not much considering that the royal baby is expected to bring in about $400 million for the economy.
- Big Banks Move In To Feast On The Crumbs Of A Fallen City
July 19 2013 4:32 PM
While Detroit wakes up with a $18 billion hangover, Wall Street moves in to buy up large swathes of land as they look to a long-term recovery.
- Qatari Royal Makes Billions By Selling His Stake in Barclays
July 19 2013 9:45 AM
Sheikh Mansour Bin Zayed al-Nayhan sells his stake in Barclays after saving them from a UK government bailout five years ago