Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has admitted that the rules on open door immigration from Europe need changing as his party scored another humiliating result in the latest by-election. In an article in the Financial Times, the Deputy...Show More Summary
Purchasing a home is a major milestone that tops many people's lifetime to-do lists—and maybe their list of financial fears too. But it certainly doesn't have to be a scary or stressful experience. With time, care, and research, you can take control of the home-buying process. Read more...
FT's Tett: Gold “Tangible” and “Clear”; People “Unnerved” About “Money” in “Bottomless Cyber Space” Gillian Tett, markets and finance commentator and an Assistant Editor and former U.S. Managing Editor of the Financial Times, looked at the increasing concerns about money today and the benefits of gold in an important article on Friday. Show More Summary
By Rachel Greszler, The Daily Signal If you’re a worker and you have a pension, there’s a government agency that will pay that pension if your company is unable to fulfill the financial promises made to you and your colleagues.
Universa Investments has found a way to make money in an economic and financial collapse as well as in better times.
Over a year ago we reported that one of Twitter early and most aggressive self-promoters, Anthony Davian, was busted for what was at the time financial Twitters' the first Ponzi Scheme. In our words then: Once upon a time there was a...Show More Summary
The latest internal survey of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's workforce shows shockingly low employee morale and distrust of the agency's leadership, the Washington Times reports. The CFPB is the government's newest agency, which was established due to the advocacy of consumer protection advocate Sen. Show More Summary
For some background, in case you missed it, Elon Musk and the Tesla Motors crew announced during the company’s quarterly financials call ~2½ weeks ago that the Model X would be delayed… for (I think) the 4th time (it’s hard to keep track). Show More Summary
Hundreds of financial journalists spent their Friday evening at the "Financial Follies"—an annual black tie gathering at the Marriott Marquis in Times Square. The Follies, which is hosted by the New York Financial Writers Association, always includes a staged musical show that pokes fun at some of the year's big business news stories. Show More Summary
Last week, we were treated to another instance of completely confused debate over a government financing program, this time the Department of Energy's green loans initiative. The department released a financial report on the program, which has been quite successful. Show More Summary
In this list we are going to go through the biggest box office bombs of all time, the greatest financial disasters of the movie industry’s storied history. Everybody knows that the film industry is a risky business; you can either make it big or fall hard, very hard, as was the case with the following movies. […]
I thought it strange when Newt Gingrich came out in favor of California's Proposition 47 that reduced prison time for some non-violent offenders. I knew there had to be a financial reward somewhere, but I wasn't sure what it was. His co-author of their Los Angeles Times op-ed was B. Show More Summary
(Reuters) - Italy's retail bank Intesa SanPaolo is looking at a possible bid for Coutts International, the wealth management arm of Royal Bank of Scotland, the Financial Times reported. Intesa is trying to persuade RBS to sell the whole...Show More Summary
Chelsea let three times as many players leave Stamford Bridge as they brought in during the summer transfer window, per the Premier League website. The frugality that Financial Fair Play necessitates saw them lay out a net spend of just...Show More Summary
WHO among you is surprised at the fact that when a NY Times reporter publicly challenged Al Shaprton after her paper ran the story about his unpaid taxes he TURNED THE TABLES and dropped the names "Obama and De Blasio" as the REAL motivation...Show More Summary
Amazon and Hachette are "burying the hatchet," said Shannon Bond at the Financial Times. The Internet retailer and the book publisher ended their "protracted, costly, and very public fight" last week, just in time for the holiday shopping season. Show More Summary
On Friday, the Financial Times broke the story that the European Parliament is going to call for breaking up Google. Of course, the European Parliament can't actually do that, but it appears designed to put pressure on the EU Commission, which has been talking about antitrust actions against Google for quite some time. Show More Summary
The European parliament is thinking about making a ruling that Google split off its search engine from other parts of its business, according to a report today in the Financial Times. But we were wondering: how can Europe order an American...Show More Summary
The European parliament is considering a motion that would suggest Google unbundle its search engine from its other products, The Financial Times reported this afternoon. Although the parliament doesn't have the power to split up Google...Show More Summary
Alex Barker and Murad Ahmed, reporting for The Financial Times: The European parliament is poised to call for a break-up of Google, in one of the most brazen assaults so far on the echnology group’s power. The gambit increases the political...Show More Summary