John Oliver takes on the market forces that are destroying the last affordable housing option in America.
Trinity Wall Street, a Wal-Mart investor known for its exceeding wealth, sued after the company turned down a proposal calling for its board to increase oversight on gun sales.
Emeritus Senior Living, the country’s largest assisted living company, has agreed to pay up to $2.2 million to settle claims that it routinely underpaid workers at dozens of its California facilities.
The U.S. government on Tuesday filed two civil lawsuits against Bank of America that accuse the bank of investor fraud in its sale of $850 million of residential mortgage-backed securities.
Fabrice Tourre, a former trader at Goldman Sachs, was found liable on six of seven charges and faces a fine or a ban from Wall Street.
It's been a busy month for climate-related news, so I've decided to present some of it in round-up format to get the news to you more quickly.
Cenk Uygur asks "Is it time to start the financial Armageddon clock?"
Greg Smith, the ex-vice president of Goldman Sachs who resigned last spring after publishing a scathing op-ed about his former employers in the New York Times, has a new book out...
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman filed a civil complaint against JPMorgan Chase for fraud in the selling of mortgage-backed securities.
Joe Ricketts, a billionaire whose family owns the Chicago Cubs, plans to shell out $12 million to support Republican candidates in the next week, with $10 million of that going to ads supporting presidential candidate Mitt Romney. The ads
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