Paul Miller, a bank analyst at FBR Capital Markets and a former examiner for the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, discusses the prospects for Bank of America Corp.
Seth Berenzweig, managing partner at Berenzweig Leonard LLP, discusses the convictions of former Galleon Group LLC hedge fund trader Zvi Goffer, Goffer’s brother Emanuel and Michael Kimelman and the implication for the prosecution of insider-trading cases.
Bill Gurley, general partner at the venture capital firm Benchmark Capital, talks about his investment strategy for technology companies. Gurly also discusses initial public offerings in the technology industry.
Thousands of women took part in a so-called Slut Walk in London on Saturday, insisting that they should be able to wear as much or as little as they like without facing sexual harassment by men.
Sucharita Mulpuru, vice president and principal analyst at Forrester Research Inc., discusses the valuation of Groupon Inc. Groupon, the top provider of daily deals online, is seeking to raise $750 million in an initial public offering.
A very funny animated voice mail created by Steve Rold, staring his friend Evan ... genius!
Joseph Grano, chairman and chief executive officer of Centurion Holdings LLC, discusses bank regulation, the U.S. economy and Federal Reserve policy.
Joseph Walker from FINS.com gives us an inside look at how Google and other tech companies recruit, interview, and hire employees, and how the process has changed drastically in recent months.
Facebook stoked fresh concerns by rolling out technology that uses facial recognition to identify people in photos on its website. Geoffrey Fowler explains.
FBN’s Charlie Gasparino on U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara’s openness to using wiretaps on Wall Street beyond just for insider trading.