Sanford Wallace, the so-called 'Spam King,' faces federal fraud charges for allegedly luring Facebook users to third-party websites that collected personal information for spam lists. He's already been convicted of compromising Facebook servers once before.
The price of gold went up $12.90 an ounce on Monday alone, closing at $1,614.40. But if the debt ceiling is raised, the gold price could come down over the short term.
Muoy You has opened Seametrey Children's Village in Phnom Penh to help restore Cambodia's culture.
Facebook video chat now comes baked into the social network. The announcement means that chatting "face-to-face" is now only a few clicks away.
American exposure to the Greece crisis is high in certain areas. Half the assets in the 10 biggest money market funds are invested in European banks, which hold a lot of Greece's debt.
Satellite TV lets immigrants cocoon in their own culture. Does it also alienate?
Zynga debuts 'Empires & Allies' as it prepares to sell shares of itself to the public. Valued at $10 billion, Zynga could make even more with its initial public offering.
Gov. Brown, anticipating the Supreme Court order to California to reduce its prison population, signed a measure transferring inmates to county jails. But voters need to approve funding.
Gold prices tumbled 6 percent after hitting a new record in late April. Investors who sense trouble ahead expect gold prices to surge higher. But other precious metals are poised to rise if the recovery strengthens.
The price of gold has soared almost 32 percent in a year, making it the best of investments. The rise has been fueled by rock-bottom interest rates and inflation fears. Can the good times last?