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A strategy employed by large banks to help hedge funds cut taxes has drawn criticism from U.S. authorities, the Wall Street Journal reported.
Bill Clinton has three reasons why U.S. median incomes have barely risen since his presidency.
Oil and gas firms are "routinely" underpaying their workers, according to an investigation from ProPublica.
The Wall Street titan will no longer allow its investment bankers to trade individual stocks and bonds.
Carmen Segarra, former NY Fed examiner, recorded 46 hours of conversations at the New York Fed and Goldman Sachs, revealing deference to banks.
The senators pointed to ongoing irregularities in aluminum trading in a letter to the Commodity Futures Trading Commission.
Rep. Mark Meadows introduced legislation that would ban federal employees from looking at porn during work, reports the Fiscal Times.
District attorneys of San Francisco and Los Angeles have accused ridesharing service Sidecar of violating California business law.
Some of the world's leading banks are slated for a £2 billion fine from U.K. regulators, following investigations into currency rigging.
A fire at an air traffic control center outside Chicago on Friday led to the cancellation of all flights at the city's two major airports.
A fire at a Federal Aviation Administration outpost in Chicago has spilled over into air traffic delays from O'Hare and Midway International airports.
LGBT businesses in California may get the same consideration for contracts now given to minorities and women.
If passed, this bill can protect consumers' free speech online and prevent businesses from threatening legal action, reports NBC's Today Show.
A month after bolting from court barefoot, New York investor relations executive Michael Lucarelli pleads guilty on his 52nd birthday.
"Jersey Shore" star Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino is indicted on charges of filing false tax returns involving $8.9 million income.
Eric Schmidt dismisses Tim Cook's claims that Google sells personal data to advertisers.
Maurice R. Greenberg, former A.I.G. executive, is bankrolled by Wall Street pals for his lawsuit against the government, reports New York Times.
Banned ImClone founder Sam Waksal's new biotech company, Kadmon, has plans to go public. The company aims to file with the SEC by the end of this year.
The SEC is probing whether Pacific Management Company inflated returns on its Pimco Total Return ETF, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Apple's iPhone 6 is in the final stages of review for approval, a top Chinese government regulator said on Tuesday told Tencent.
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