News of the deal leaked out on Saturday.
In almost every election since 1880, markets have reacted positively to news of a Republican victory.
The government cannot “hold an online publisher of third-party speech criminally liable,” lawyers for Backpage.com’s CEO said Monday.
370,000 Americans, and 3.2 million more people around the world, signed up for Netflix in the last three months.
The bank’s fake accounts scandal has already cost it $185 million in penalties and ended the career of its CEO. Now, customers appear to be walking away.
It’s better known as the banker of choice for billionaires and giant corporations, but beginning Thursday, you too can owe Goldman money.
Working-age American men have been leaving the workforce for decades, and researchers are still trying to figure out why.
“I have no problem in releasing my tax information while under audit,” Buffett said. “Neither would Mr. Trump – at least he would have no legal problem.”
“Raking in millions of dollars from the trafficking and exploitation of vulnerable victims is outrageous, despicable, and illegal,” said the California attorney general.
In the early 2000s, long before his time leading the Trump campaign and Breitbart News, Steve Bannon got involved with a Florida-based maker of nasal sprays. It didn’t end well.
The San Francisco company has settled claims by state and federal regulators that it misled companies and flouted lending laws.
Around the time he called Obama’s politics a “naked, political pander to some of the basest human emotions,” Leon Cooperman got a letter from the SEC.
The Department of Justice is seeking a $14 billion penalty from Deutsche Bank, which is owed hundreds of millions of dollars by the Republican candidate.
The former House Speaker joined the board of Newport-maker Reynolds American, just days after black activists renewed a call for a ban on menthol cigarettes.
The NBA and Facebook’s Oculus VR unit teamed up to make an immersive virtual reality documentary about one of the worst nights of my life. It was amazing.
The Korean electronics giant has shed $25 billion in value since announcing a recall of its new flagship device.
Over 1.5 million credit and debit accounts may have been opened by sales staff on behalf of customers who had not given their consent.
The gaming company’s stock rose 23% after Apple said it would produce a Mario game for its mobile devices.
US tax collectors would love to get their hands on the more than $200 billion Apple has stashed overseas. But squabbling in DC means Europe might get there first.
All three major U.S. stock indices hit record highs last week - and the markets have a strong history of picking the winning candidate.