Jacob Frenkel, a partner at Shulman Rogers Gandal Pordy & Ecker PA, Michael Perino, a professor of securities law at St. John’s University, and Bloomberg's Christine Harper talk about a report that Goldman Sachs Group Inc. was subpoenaed by the New York Attorney General's office for information on the firm’s activities leading into the credit crisis.
Jacob Zamansky, a securities-arbitrage attorney with Zamansky & Associates LLC, talks about a report that Goldman Sachs Group Inc. received a subpoena from the Manhattan District Attorney’s office seeking information on the firm’s activities leading into the credit crisis.
Fox Business News's Charlie Gasparino breaks down Bank of America's uncertain future.
Pete Cashmore, founder and chief executive officer of Mashable, talks about Google Inc.
Mo Koyfman, principal at Spark Capital, talks about LinkedIn Corp.'s initial public offering and the valuation of social-media companies.
Michael Feroli, chief U.S. economist at JPMorgan Chase & Co., talks about the performance of the U.S. economy. Consumer sentiment unexpectedly decreased in May to the lowest level in six months as Americans grew concerned over the outlook for jobs and the economy, while a measure of home prices dropped to a nine-year low.
Radiofrequency electromagnetic fields from mobile phones may cause cancer in humans, a World Health Organization agency said today, citing a review of studies.
Stephane Deo, chief European economist at UBS AG, talks about Greek's sovereign debt crisis.
Charles Peabody, an analyst at Portales Partners LLC, talks about regulatory scrutiny facing Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and the outlook for the investment bank's credit rating and the performance.
Aston Martin, the maker of sports cars favored by Prince Charles and driven by James Bond, is departing from tradition with a city car based on Toyota Motor Corp.'s iQ subcompact to broaden its appeal and boost revenue.