2015 may finally be the year of the Nasdaq .
As 2014 wound down, the banking industry received a couple of gifts from regulators.
Next is handing shareholders a special dividend payout after a strong performance from its home shopping arm helped it combat widespread discounting on the high street before Christmas.
Facebook has apologised after learning, yet again, that not everything can be done algorithmically. Some things, it seems, need the human touch.
2014 was a huge year for the LGBT community after Apple CEO Tim Cook came out. But you might be surprised by the discrimination that still lingers.
Goldman Sachs and several of its clients stand to lose hundred of millions of dollars from a loan made to Banco Espírito Santo just weeks before the lender collapsed in August, after the Bank of Portugal said the claim won’t be honoured by Novo Banco, the 'good bank' carved out of BES.
2014 wraps up, here's one thing we can all agree upon: It was a wild year for start-ups.
The New York Stock Exchange and its owner Intercontinental Exchange denied a New York Post report that said the iconic trading floor would be sold within a year.
Shake Shack, famous for its frozen custards and hamburgers, filed for an initial public offering with Securities and Exchange Commission regulators on Monday to raise $100 million.
And he isn't even 2014's biggest loser!
A lawsuit brought by a hedge fund owner who claimed that an F.B.I. raid had violated his civil rights and forced him to close his business may proceed to determine whether evidence will support his “grave allegations,” a judge said on Thursday.
HSBC has lost its latest bid to keep some portions of a potentially explosive report about its anti-money-laundering efforts from being made public.
The European Central Bank has cut interest rates across the eurozone to zero as it unveiled an unprecedented package of growth-boosting measures against the backdrop of a fragile global economy.