The founders of Mastretta, a Mexican sports car startup, have left the company. Brothers Carlos and Daniel Mastretta said they left their company because of differences with an investor.
Prom spending is expected to fall 14 percent among teenagers after two years of sharp increases, according to new survey. Less extravagant fashion trends and gloomy winter weather may help curb teens' spending on prom, traditionally a high-priced American rite-of-passage.
It was recently revealed that former banker John Lefevre, who lives in Texas and does not work for Goldman Sachs, was behind the popular Twitter account. Publisher Simon & Schuster said at first it would still publish Lefevre's book but now says the deal has been canceled.
The anonymous figure behind the Twitter handle is reported to be releasing a book titled 'Straight to Hell: True Tales of Deviance and Excess in the World of Investment Banking' this October.
Payday loans from banks pose huge problems for poor consumers – and the banks themselves. The federal government has finally stepped in with new guidelines for payday loans.
George Soros and Warren Buffett are two of the richest men in the world, but certain circumstances have helped Buffett come out on top.