Five computer hackers in the United States and abroad were charged Tuesday, and a sixth pled guilty, for computer hacking and other crimes.
A Houston federal jury has convicted Allen Stanford, the former board of directors chairman of Stanford International Bank (SIB), for orchestrating a 20-year investment fraud scheme in which he misappropriated $7bn from SIB to finance his personal businesses.
Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. and its affiliates announced Tuesday the occurrence of the effective Date of their plan and emergence from chapter 11.
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Citigroup announced Monday that it has entered into an agreement with IBM to explore possible uses for IBM Watson.
BMO Capital Markets has been making a name for itself these last 18 months or so. So here's a history lesson.
Sure, all stress is relative, so one shouldn't dismiss the claims of a trader or banker just because he or she might be well paid for what they do (well-off individuals can get stressed out too, of course).
Here's a few links to some interesting Bloomberg, Daily Miror, Fox Business, MarketWatch, New York Post, New York Times, Reuters and Telegraph stories currently doing the rounds.
Whether you call Edward Snowden a traitor or a whistle-blower, he earned one label about which there’s no debate: insider threat.
Something highly unusual, and potentially quite bearish, has just happened to the stock market.
The crisis in Greece, a slowdown in China and eurozone are the main international risks to the financial system, says the Bank of England, which is concerned that markets could suddenly seize up and a pose a threat to stability.