Barclays and Credit Suisse are among the banks that have received letters from NY Attorney General Eric Schneiderman.
"Moneyball" author Michael Lewis' upcoming book on the dangers of high-frequency trading is already making waves in the world of high finance.
The acclaimed business writer critiques the use of algorithms to trade securities in milliseconds.
To add to New Yorker headaches, who've suffered multiple snow storms this winter: a law that mandates jail time for not shoveling your sidewalk.
The recovered documents and information are said to add up to 32 gigabytes of data and have been preserved in a safe place.
Amid some of the world's biggest banks, Paul J. Taubman stood out as an adviser on Comcast's $45B merger with Time Warner Cable.
Young Wall Street bankers have grown disenchanted with their careers, and their stories are told in Kevin Roose's new book, "Young Money."
In a compelling new book, Kevin Roose exposes Wall Street's most powerful fraternity and the ordeals faced by young bankers.
When it comes to rap clout, only some of the world's biggest companies are name-dropped in lyrics. Who made the list?
The former Pentagon chief's memoir is the talk of Washington, with damaging impressions of Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden, Nancy Pelosi and others.
Robert Evans, the Hollywood producer and lothario, has plenty of juicy tidbits to share about the biggest stars in his new memoir.
Dan Loeb, founder of $14B Third Point hedge fund, has made plenty of headlines in recent months for his aggressive role as an investor.
Dan Loeb, founder of the $14B Third Point hedge fund, made plenty of headlines in recent months for his aggressive role as an investor.
Ray Dalio, the hedge fund guru who runs Bridgewater Associates, has a pessimistic outlook on Bitcoins, France and the broader economy.
The former Congressman turned popular TV personality's new book is sure to revive talk about a potential presidential run.
The first eyewitness to the carnage of the attack on the U.S. embassy has tough words for the White House.
Today marks a record in U.S. aviation history -- it has been four years since the last fatal crash of a commercial airliner.