British Police Catche 110 Real "Wolves Of Wall Street" Across Countries Who Conned Thousands Of People In Fake Shares
Warrants are issued for 35 buildings and houses, and about $837,000 in cash is confiscated.
The price tumble from the fall of Mt. Gox has surprisingly benefited China's bitcoin exchanges. Here's why.
World Bank Postpones $90M Aid To Uganda Because Of Anti-Gay Law; Ugandan Government Says It Does Not Care About Western Aid
The World Bank counts the East African nation of Uganda among the poorest countries in the world.
Japan Dropped Nuclear Bomb On U.S. In World War II, Pakistan’s Real Name is ‘Islamic Islamabad’: Indian Textbook
The faulty textbooks are being used by more than 50,000 children in scores of schools across the state.
MtGox, the once most populous bitcoin exchange, is down as of Monday night. The website is non-responsive, loading only a blank page.
The resignation is the latest development following a string of technical difficulties on the exchange.
South Carolina lawmakers have decided to cut funding for a pair of colleges that assigned students LGBT books.
A bill proposed in Kansas would allow parents -- and anyone to whom parents give permission -- to spank children until they bruise.
The scandal came out two years ago, following which Barclays paid a fine of $450 million in 2012 for wrongdoing.
The financial services goliath wants its forex investors to know that it isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.
Indian Blue Chip Companies Lost $6.7 Billion In Market Capitalization Last Week; Software Majors TCS, Infosys Bore Brunt Of Loss
Disappointing economic data from the U.S. last week led to bulk sell-offs in Asian markets, including those in India.
A new feature on the LG G3 could make it the device to challenge Samsung’s new offering.
Stacey DelVecchio, a chemical engineer who worked her way up at Caterpillar, spoke with IBTimes about women in manufacturing.
The established company leads globally in the toothpaste segment.
The current crisis is the worst of its kind in five years, economists say.
Explore the destruction of Syria, the rise of bitcoin, credit card hackers and Super Bowl admen in the magazine.
This chart shows just why UPS got slammed with much more delivery traffic than it expected over the holiday season.
Ford says it would have to reassess its operations in the U.K. if Britain decided to leave the EU.
Deutsche Bank Suspends Several Traders In New York And Other Offices For Alleged Currency Manipulation
Deutsche said the alleged manipulations by traders affected several major currencies in the $5.3 trillion-a-day forex market.
You've heard about bitcoins, but here's what you should know about some of its competitors.
Life just got harder for the popular virtual currency in China, as an e-commerce giant has blocked all bitcoin transactions.
Bitcoin Value Soars Again After Zynga Inc. (ZNGA) Accepts The Virtual Currency For In-Game Purchases
Investors can breathe easy as the virtual currency is once again trading for more than $1,000.
High interest costs and low earnings growth will pressure profit margins into 2014, said a top Indian research firm.
Schools have to make up for lost time when classes are called off due to extreme pollution.
Some gold-selling startups have leaned toward accepting bitcoins in payment for gold.
Investors are not buying the baht, which suffered also from the Fed’s decision to wind down its bond-buying program in January.