After failing to disrupt the postal service, two Austin entrepreneurs start over with a new model for small-business lending.
It was nice while it lasted.
In a rare letter to the news media — sent to CNBC’s Jim Cramer — Apple’s CEO said the company performance this quarter is reassuring.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average plummeted nearly 1,000 points before rebounding by half.
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The net worth of college-educated Hispanic families fell 72% from 2007 and 2013. Educated black families lost 60% in the same period.
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In results released today, the Chinese internet company highlighted its emergence as one of the web’s most formidable businesses.
Another member of the consortium of major retailers working on a competitor to Apple Pay is hedging its bets.
A coalition of online lenders and advocacy groups are trying to introduce a semblance of order to a fast-growing, lightly regulated corner of the financial services industry.
The SEC will require publicly-traded businesses to disclose their median pay for employees, and the ratio of CEO pay to worker pay.
Despite having more revenue than analysts expected, the company warned of a sluggish international business.
The regulator says a Texas man, Frederick Alan Voight, promised 42% annual interest payments to investors, but instead used their money to fund a scam.
The high-end fitness chain pulled in $112 million in revenue last year by providing an “inspirational, meditative fitness experience.”
The company is searching for a new CEO, and its executives said that despite strong revenue growth, the product as it exists today is not going to reach the mass market.
A federal judge in Illinois sharply criticized a police chief’s successful campaign to get the adult classifieds site cut off from the credit card system.
The company is now worth more than Walmart, after adding about $40 billion in market value in frenzied trading following quarterly results.