In a letter to eBay shareholders, Icahn charged eBay leadership with the most “blatant disregard” for accountability that his firm Icahn Enterprises “has ever seen.”
Thanks to additional new U.S. pipeline capacity and the growing volume of oil product exports from American refineries, the glut of excess storage at Cushing, Okla., is shrinking.
When it comes to big banks’ bad behavior and the fines they pay to settle “allegations” – which are actually civil charges and which would be criminal charges if applied to any other business or in any parallel universe – things aren’t even close to what they seem.
Now that the Mt. Gox Bitcoin exchange has gone dark, rumors are that the digital currency’s future looks dark – but …
As pressure to raise the federal minimum wage increases, the U.S. companies with the most minimum wage workers – primarily retailers, restaurant chains, grocery chains, and hotel chains – will need to plan for possible changes.
The latest exchange on raising the minimum wage in 2014 is only one chapter in this months-long political brawl – one that will see Republicans mostly on the defensive.
Fresh ammo came Tuesday from a new Congressional Budget Office (CBO) report, which gave both advocates and opponents some statistics to crow about.
Headline news about banks settling charges for violating rules, regulations, and laws – and announcements of the fines they agree to pay – appears every day…
Here’s something you probably don’t know, and it will really tick you off.
Cisco Systems (Nasdaq: CSCO) stock may not get much of a boost when the company reports earnings after the market close today (Wednesday), but it would be a mistake to underestimate the veteran tech giant.