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A Beverly Hills financial firm and its founder pleaded guilty to federal criminal charges that they defrauded government agencies by steering investment contracts to firms that paid them kickbacks. David Rubin, 50, and his company, CDR Financial Products Inc., were...
Bad news for Sears -- ratings downgrades, poor sales, store closures -- trample company stock
Adding to its growing arsenal of robotic aircraft, the Air Force has purchased a new high-flying hunter-killer drone.
Star bond trader Jeffrey Gundlach and his former employer, TCW Group Inc., have agreed to settle a lawsuit over allegations that he stole trade seccrets to set up his own firm. Both sides announced the deal late Thursday but did not disclose terms.
North Carolina law enforcement raids Butterball facility after Mercy For Animals video
National Assn. of Realtors said home contracts up 7.3% last month
The 1-800-GET-THIN marketing company has placed a prominent warning on its website about the risks of Lap-Band surgery. Earlier this month, the Food and Drug Administration said it had warned 1-800-GET-THIN that its advertisements for Lap-Band weight-loss surgery were misleading...
With college costs soaring and new graduates struggling to land jobs, is higher education still worth the money? Yes, according to an analysis by one recent college graduate who has studied the issue carefully. Sarah Millar, who is now gainfully...
Sales at stores open at least a year rose 4.5% last week compared to the same week a year ago, according to a weekly sales index from International Council of Shopping and Goldman Sachs. That was also a 0.9% increase over sales the previous week.
The Standard & Poor's 500 index is once again in the red for 2011.
Americans 60 and older may be retreating from the stock market, but more twentysomethings are putting 401(k) money into stocks, a study shows. That's due in part to the popularity of so-called target-date funds.
Although the Standard & Poor's 500 index may end 2011 with the smallest yearly change since the 1970s, many individual stocks will come out of the year in a very different place from where they began it.
The stock market's summer slide took a toll on public pension funds, with the assets of the 100 largest ones down 8.5% in the third quarter of 2011, the Census Bureau reported Wednesday. The quarterly decline was the first since...
More than 12.8 million cars and trucks will be sold in 2011, predicts TrueCar.com
Consumer confidence jumped in December and is pushing toward a post-recession high, though Americans still don’t seem to think the economy is healthy. A monthly index from the Conference Board shows consumer confidence at 64.5, up nearly 10 points from...
Although Christmas has come and gone, investors are still waiting to see if Santa comes for a visit -- and the first signs are promising.
Besides charging passengers to check luggage, the nation’s airlines have collected billions of dollars in extra revenue by turning their cabins into flying department stores. And experts foresee big growth in such sales in the coming years. The nation’s top...
On Friday, hordes of people lined up outside shoe stores across the country for the release of Nike's retro Air Jordans, with fights breaking out and at least one incident where cops pepper sprayed unruly shoppers.
Frankincense production could plunge in 15 years, a problem for Magi at Christmas.
Food prices could rise as much as 3.5% next year