Charlie Gasparino Archive
Published November 09, 2012
Wall Street bankers were told by the White House almost immediately after President Obama's re-election that the president is serious about deficit reduction, sources tell FBN.
Published October 29, 2012
Regulators and exchange operators have decided to close U.S. equity trading for a second straight day Tuesday as Hurricane Sandy bears down on the Eastern United States.
Published October 28, 2012
NYSE Euronext suspended physical trading floor operations at the NYSE for Monday as Hurricane Sandy barrels up the Eastern Seaboard. The exchange operator activated contingency plans to trade all NYSE-listed securities on its fully-electronic exchange.
Published October 23, 2012
The SEC launched a probe into the messy departure of Vikram Pandit as Citi CEO and whether the bank's board properly disclosed his ouster, FBN has learned.
Published October 22, 2012
FBN Special Report: Is crony capitalism helping to enrich a firm with ties to Vice President Joe Biden's brother?
Published October 15, 2012
As if investing in a post-financial-collapse world isn’t hard enough, consider the latest worry the markets will have to deal with in the coming weeks: The outcome of the presidential election.
Published October 12, 2012
No matter how many times he tries to deny it, Boston Red Sox owner John Henry can’t shake talk that he’s looking to unload the storied baseball franchise.
Published October 04, 2012
Big banks are bracing for a massive settlement with the Securities & Exchange Commission that could total billions of dollars in what could be the most sweeping effort by federal regulators to hold Wall Street accountable for their financial-crisis sins.
Published October 02, 2012
Exclusive: In a letter sent today, Senators demand a full explanation of what they call the Treasury Secretary’s complacency after finding out the LIBOR rates were flawed.
Published October 01, 2012
The Romney campaign is experiencing what some officials believe could be the beginning of a mass exodus of big money donors diverting their cash away from the Republican presidential hopeful and toward Republican candidates for the House and Senate races more likely to win in November, the FOX Business Network has learned.