Liquid metal, a special metallic glass, combines the strength of steel with a low weight and die cast compatibility.
William Huber pleaded guilty Tuesday to operating a multimillion Ponzi scheme in the latest example of investment advisers bilking their clients.
BP says it will seek a $9.9 billion tax write-off based on the $32 billion it expects to spend on Gulf oil spill cleanup and recovery. One US senator is already calling for hearings to prevent it.
Goldman Sachs settled its SEC suit for a record amount Thursday. The settlement may be just the beginning of a broader SEC campaign against alleged Wall Street abuses.
Sarbanes-Oxley's national board that monitors auditors of public companies violates the Constitution's separation of powers requirement, the Supreme Court ruled Monday.
The financial reform bill awaiting final votes in the House and Senate encompasses everything from banking to insurance to African minerals used in high-tech gadgets. Is that a good thing?
The Supreme Court ruled Monday that a board overseen by the Securities and Exchange Commission operated under rules that violated the Constitution's separation of powers clause.
Telsa Motors will be the first US auto company to go public in 50 years, when it begins selling stock to the public on Tuesday
Oil drilling ban in the Gulf of Mexico has Transocean president Steven Newman upset with the Obama administration.