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With venture capital funding reaching levels not seen since the days of the dot-com bubble, analysts say the question of whether the tech boom in Silicon Valley is on the verge of sputtering is getting harder to dismiss. Investors poured $9.5 billion
After the tech euphoria of 2013, the fast-moving sector has hit a speed bump. The wobbly action of 2014 is still an open question: is this a correction, bear market or a bubble like the catastrophic dot-com boom and bust of 1999-2000?...Facebook's
Our Easter review of the 10 stocks shows the portfolio is in the black with a rise of well, just 1 per cent. And eight experts, who pick one company apiece, are also ahead of the game and they're outpacing us at the moment. A portfolio made up of
One of the world's biggest high-frequency traders has shelved plans for a $3bn (£1.8bn) float amid an FBI probe and a furore whipped up by bestselling financial author Michael Lewis's expose of the controversial practice. Virtu Financial had planned
ET Many closed-end funds that own municipal bonds can be bought at a discount to the value of their assets, an opportunity for investors who are willing to wager that interest rates don't soar and fiscal meltdowns such as the one in Detroit remain
OMX Group Inc and Intercontinental Exchange's New York Stock Exchange, accusing them of engaging in a fraud designed to manipulate the markets. The alleged fraud, carried out with several brokerage firms and sophisticated high-frequency trading firms
Marc Andreesen once said that software is eating the world , and this past quarter of venture capital investment sure seems to back that statement up. MoneyTree Report based on data from Thomson Reuters for 2014s first quarter.
Wall Street banks and other financial companies over high-frequency trading. The suit says stock exchanges, investment banks and others defrauded investors by manipulating market data in favor of split-second stock-trading firms. The suit's
Story Today, five years after the market's bottom, that remains a long-term thesis for Bank of America Corp., Citigroup Inc. and JPMorgan Chase & Co., particularly after a first quarter that can most charitably be called mixed. Thanks in part to
If a young family wants to be sure important income is replaced should the major breadwinner die, a life insurance policy can be the perfect solution. However, if a senior is sold an annuity late in life, it can be found to be financial elder abuse.