Avenue Capital plans to sue the sandwich chain after it lost more than $200 million.
Stocks could move to new highs if Russia behaves, and if the Fed soothes on rates. Elsewhere, the dam is breaking on 2014's flood of IPOs.
Happy Wednesday. We soon find out whether the Who's proclamation, "meet the new boss, same as the old boss" holds true at the Federal Reserve.
Looking for a higher-paying job? The best idea these days may be just to get an internship in Silicon Valley.
AARP has entered the crowded online travel field, hoping to cater to retirees.
As travelers demand more exotic technology, robots are hard to beat.
Basketball enthusiasts and the office pool pros that abound this time of year aren't the only ones feeling a little March Madness.
SkyBridge's SALT Las Vegas has a lagging younger sibling, SALT Singapore.
Pilots flying to the McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas say they are blinded by mirrors at the world's largest solar electric plant.
A Queens, N.Y., man got more—a whole lot more—than he bargained for when he met up with a date he arranged through the OkCupid service.
Here's how to stop high-frequency trading: Institute a "cancellation tax" or eliminate payment for order flow.
Two more senior traders have left SAC Capital for Highbridge as the troubled hedge fund firm becomes a family office.
Happy Tuesday. Hangover anyone? Then have a little hair of the Irish dog that bit you in the form of a Morning Six-Pack.
The Shanghai Composite stock index has moved to potentially complete a broader strategic reversal pattern.
A 24-hour job action by French air traffic controllers is causing airlines to cancel flights for Tuesday.
This winter-into-spring of disturbance could generate a "summer of grumbling discontent" for the global economy, according to a Wall Street forecast.
The former co-CEO of the Newport Beach, Calif., bond giant posted his first tweet Monday morning at around 10 a.m. to announce his presence.
Happy Monday, and, of course, Happy St. Patrick's Day. Nothing Wall Streets likes more than the wearing o' the green.
Geopolitical and global growth turmoil haunting the markets has raised another specter: correlated assets that make diversification a headache.
Hedge fund managers aren't concerned about the sharp price drops of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac stock this week while waiting for a bigger payday.
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