Rajat Gupta, the consummate corporate insider and former director at Goldman Sachs, was found guilty of insider trading on Friday -- the highest-profile conviction yet in a wave of federal cases focused on Wall Street misconduct.
Think the iPad's price tag is steep? One famed Apple product, the original Apple I, sold for $374,500 on Friday.
"Don't blame us!" was the theme of a Facebook court filing submitted Friday in response to lawsuits that shareholders filed after the company's disastrous IPO. More than 40 lawsuits in different state and federal courts have been filed in the weeks since Facebook went public on May 18.
The Securities and Exchange Commission had a series of pointed questions for Facebook ahead of its public debut -- especially around advertising sales and the extensive control CEO Mark Zuckerberg maintains over the company he created, according to documents made public Friday.
Congress and the Federal Reserve aren't likely to provide any meaningful stimulus to the economy. But your corner gas station might.
Everyone in Congress says they want to help create jobs and economic growth.
Joseph J. Thorndike is a contributing editor at Tax Analysts and a columnist for Tax Notes magazine. His new book, "The Fair Share: Taxing the Rich in the Age of FDR," will be published later this year by the Urban Institute Press.
Many people dream of living near the water, but a few people take it to the extreme: Living on top of the water -- in a floating home.
Noses sliced off, fuselages without wings and cockpits stripped down to the bare bone; the giant hangar at the home of Tarmac Aerosave is where aged airplanes meet their end. ut amidst this scene of industrial destruction rises a triumph of recycling reincarnation, says Sebastien Medan, head of dismantling at the French aerospace company.
Downgrade fever has been sweeping across the European banking system, and the major Wall Street banks are likely to be the next to get sick.
Greek voters will have a second chance this weekend to elect a government that can hopefully pull the nation back from the brink.
The cloud of uncertainty hanging over Greece is unlikely to lift following this weekend's election, which means the risk of contagion will continue to threaten global financial markets.