Gone but not forgotten.
2012 was a rollercoaster ride for politicians, the economy and markets.
Wegelin & Co., the 270-year-old Swiss bank, pleaded guilty to helping U.S. taxpayers hide more than $1.2 billion from the Internal Revenue Service.
Based on ticket sales, the worst movie of 2012 was 'The Ghastly Love of Johnny X', a 106-minute long black-and-white $2 million musical fiasco. According to Box Office Mojo, Johnny's box office wasn't boffo. At all. Total ticket sales added up to...$117
The Federal Trade Commission closed its investigation against Google for antitrust violations Thursday.
A warning from the International Monetary Fund that the US lacks a long-term strategy for dealing with its budget problems dampened the euphoric mood on global stock markets on Thursday.
There were a few contenders for Person of the Year in 2012.
Less is more.
Goldman Sachs accelerated delivery of $65m in stock awards to 10 executives, including CEO Lloyd Blankfein, helping them avoid higher tax rates that take effect this year.
BNP Paribas unfairly fired an executive identified by New York’s banking regulator in an investigation into banned transactions with Iran, Cuba and Sudan, a London employment tribunal judge found in an order settling the case.
Morgan Stanley is double-daring Fed Chair Janet Yellen.
Jefferies Group has hired John Novak from Citigroup to be co-head of U.S. cash equities sales trading, according to a person with knowledge of the move.