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|Archived Since:||February 24, 2011|
Schapiro becomes the first major financial regulator on Obama's team to depart.
The federal case against Matthew Martoma has put a hedge fund titan on the hot seat.
News Corporation's deal for the YES Network is unprecedented and huge.
First Facebook and now Groupon. Chase Coleman's Tiger Global hedge fund is betting on some high-profile tech turnarounds.
Shares of Facebook rose more than 22% in five trading days. Pretty amazing.
Chase Coleman, who has traded Facebook better than anybody, has been buying.
The insider stock selling tsunami really gets going at Facebook today.
Talk about a CEO who has lost all credibility with investors. Groupon CEO Andrew Mason could not explain away his company's disastrous earnings.
Facebook's COO and board member sold another $3.75 million of Facebook stock this week.
The Groupon debacle gets worse with third quarter earnings.
The financial sector bet big on Mitt Romney and lost. Even Elizabeth Warren was able to beat Wall Street's money.
David Spillane, Facebook's chief accounting officer, sold more than half his Facebook stock last week. What does he know?
Shares of the daily deals web site have tumbled by almost 12% this week. Ouch.
The U.S. economy added 171,000 jobs in October.
Happy Halloween, guys. After a botched IPO, frenzied selling by early investors and Hurricane Sandy, Facebook employees can finally sell 230 million Facebook shares today.
Federal prosecutors claim Wellsville, N.Y., man fabricated and destroyed evidence to make a case against the Facebook founder.
Facebook's shares soared by 25% on Wednesday. Wasn't that supposed to happen in May/
Mark Zuckerberg delivers a good quarter.
Greg Smith tells 60 Minutes that a big Goldman Sachs client told him it no longer trusted the firm. Hardly the kind of muppet behavior that Smith has been peddling.
Facebook's shares are back trading in a scary place.