J.P. Morgan's alleged failure to file a key document is emerging as a critical component of an investigation into whether the bank provided adequate warnings about Bernard Madoff.
The American Federation of Teachers is challenging the merger of two major hospital systems, setting up a battle with the $6 billion hedge fund that is co-owner of both companies' shares.
China's recent clampdown on foreign media is crimping the expansion plans of Western news organizations, at a time when many experts believe the Chinese market for news and financial data could be poised for explosive growth.
The SEC is investigating Barnes & Noble's accounting, including its recent decision to restate earnings for fiscal 2011 and fiscal 2012.
CEO Marillyn Hewson is working to address one of her top challenges: expanding Lockheed's international business at a time when its biggest customer, the U.S. government, is slashing spending.
U.S. municipalities are rushing to borrow money in the bond markets by year-end, aiming to get cash in hand while interest rates remain low.
Government approves open-pit surface mining despite 'significant adverse environmental effects'
Tin prices rose to a nearly five-week high on the London Metal Exchange, after Indonesia said it would indeed tighten control of its rich natural-resources sector.
The city of Los Angeles added Bank of America to a group of banks it is suing for alleged discriminatory lending practices that it says led to a wave of foreclosures.
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