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In this Sunday, Nov. 16, 2013, file photo, a model poses next to a Hyundai Tucson facelift on display at the Kuala Lumpur International Motor Show in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, In 2014, Hyundai says it will starts selling Tucson SUV powered by a
Colin Teichholtz, co-head of fixed income trading at $14 billion Pine River Capital Management, said the hedge fund firm will benefit from new Wall Street regulations as investment banks pull out of markets it likes to trade in...When Goldman Sachs'
Ever since Richmond unveiled its groundbreaking proposal to seize distressed mortgages from banks in order to help keep residents from losing their homes to foreclosure, powerful outside interests have waged war on the city. Big banks and Wall Street
Some in the media are crying out as if the big bankers were being persecuted within an inch of their lives. As much as they complain, not a single banker has gone to jail as a result of the mortgage debacle...Here's how my journey to facing arrest in
New York's financial services superintendent will conduct a hearing on the feasibility of methods making the virtual currency market more like that for more traditional money. A five-year-old San Francisco start-up that allows users to access stored
For more than three years, stocks and precious metals have been moving in the same directionnorth. But in the last twelve months, precious metals and stocks parted ways. Stocks continue to head north, while precious metals head south...Will precious
Russian state-controlled energy major Rosneft is in talks with Morgan Stanley on buying a stake in the Wall Street bank's oil trading business, industry publication SparkSpread reported on Tuesday. The talks are at an advanced stage but could still
11/19/2013 10:24 am Follow Get Business Newsletters: Most have heard by now about JP Morgan Chase's laughable Twitter campaign blow up over the hashtag #AskJPM . Even JP Morgan Chase has tried to laugh it off with a spokesperson saying "#Badidea!
Carl Icahn says the highs on Wall Street have been fuelled by low interest rates around the world. That sparked late losses on US markets and Australian stocks followed suit. The All Ordinaries lost point 6.1 per cent to close at 5,348 and the ASX
Reuters The elderly media mogul, still a powerhouse even as British authorities prosecute his former employees for bribery, phone hacking and obstruction of justice, said in brief introductory remarks that the U.S. education system is failing us