Hedge funds by Stanley Druckenmiller and George Soros would rather push out outside investors than adhere to new rules. Will more hedge funds follow?
Stock market was down early Wednesday afternoon, with the traders worried about the US debt limit. Still, Tuesday's strong gains left the three major indexes of the stock market in positive territory for the month.
Portrayed by Gary Cole in Mike Judge's 1999 cult hit 'Office Space,' Initech's bland and non-confrontational Vice President Bill Lumbergh (l.) perfectly captured the soullessness of the modern office.
Stocks on the Dow average rose 1 point, only the second rise in stocks in June. Wendy's and VF Corp. deals help buoy sentiment.
Stock market opened higher Monday after dipping below 12000 Friday. A number of corporate deals are boosting the stock market.
The Giving Pledge, founded by Bill Gates and Warren Buffett, has signed up 69 billionaires who promise to give away most of their fortunes to charity.
Dish Network and billionaire Carl Icahn are among those bidding for buy the video chain in a Manhattan bankruptcy court.
Southwest Airlines grounded 79 Boeing 737s Saturday after the fuselage on on of its planes ripped open during flight. The stock market, Blockbuster, and Aflac are also on the docket.
Carl Icahn says he's giving investors their money back in case the stock market implodes. But is Carl Icahn anxious about the stock market or just avoiding federal scrutiny?
Mark Zuckerberg, who's been portrayed in a Hollywood movie this year and has seen his social media empire grow ever larger, has been named TIME magazine's 'Person of the Year' for 2010. Mark Zuckerberg launched Facebook in 2004.