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U.S. involved in North Korean Internet outage?

Former CIA Covert Operations Officer Mike Baker weighs in on North Korea’s Internet outage and China’s relationship with Russia.

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  1. Returns are everything in the IPO market

    Renaissance Capital principal Kathleen Smith on the IPO market.

  2. U.S. Treasury Announces Ally Financial IPO

    The Treasury Department announced Thursday that it has started the process of an initial public offering of Allly Financial Inc. common stock. In a statement, Treasu...

  3. Ally Financial Eyes $3.1B IPO

    Bailed-out auto lender Ally Financial filed plans on Thursday for an initial public offering that could raise as much as $3.06 billion and trim the government's owne...

  4. Entrepreneur sells promise of future investment to pay off debt

    Nailed Kit CEO Rachel Honeth Kim raised $100K from investors to pay off debt and launch a startup company.

  5. U.S. Treasury To Sell Some Ally Financial Shares

    The Treasury Department said Thursday that it expects to sell 410,000 shares of Ally Financial Inc. common stock in a private offering. In a statement, the agency sa...

  6. Huge Wall Street Settlements Invite Cynicism

    Raj Rajaratnam, the erstwhile hedge fund titan currently serving an 11-year sentence in a federal prison on a 2011 insider trading conviction, has to be wondering "W...

  7. GMAC Mortgage to pay $230 million as part of foreclosure review

    The Federal Reserve said on Friday that GMAC Mortgage will make $230 million in cash payments to borrowers, in a move that will end an independent, case-by-case revi...

  8. RV Insurance Covers Your Home on the Road

    If the open road is calling you and a recreational vehicle, or RV, is the way you want to go, it may be smart to hitch on some RV insurance. While some owners opt to...

  9. ResCap Sues Bondholders Over Bid for Control of Bankruptcy

    Residential Capital LLC is suing a group of junior bondholders to block them from wresting control of the subprime mortgage lender's bankruptcy case.In a lawsuit fil...

  10. BofA, Wells Sued Over Mortgage Deal Violations

    NY Attorney General  Eric T. Schneiderman will announce today a new lawsuit filed against Bank of America (NYSE:BAC) and Wells Fargo (NYSE:WFC) for allegedly violati...

  11. 3 Job-Hunting Tips for MBA Grads to Land a Job

    For 2013 MBA grads, employment prospects are looking up.According to the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), 76% of employers plan to hire MBA grads, up fr...

  12. Foreclosure Payments Of Up To $125,000 To Start

    Payments to 4.2 million borrowers whose homes were in any stage of foreclosure in 2009 or 2010 will begin Friday, the Federal Reserve and the Office of the Comptroll...

  1. Snapchat user photos get leaked

    FBN’s Liz Macdonald, Jo Ling Kent and Tracy Byrnes discuss photo security after Snapchat hack.

  2. Understanding how the experimental drug ZMapp fights Ebola

    Scripps University Professor Erica Saphire on the Ebola virus and how the experimental ZMapp treatment works.

  3. Is Uber worth the sky-high valuation?

    Jo Ling Kent, Scott Martin and Liz MacDonald weigh in on Uber’s $18.2 billion valuation.

  4. Attack of the middle-class?

    Moody’s Analytics chief economist Mark Zandi and Haverford Trust CIO Hank Smith on deal-making activity, the retail sector and job growth.

  5. Gasparino: Dimon not leaving bank anytime soon

    FBN’s Charlie Gasparino breaks down the latest on Jamie Dimon and JPMorgan.

  6. Holder talks tough on banks

    Stifel Nicolaus’ Chad Morganlander on Attorney General Eric Holder’s comments on prosecuting big banks.

  7. Ally Financial Dips in NYSE Debut

    Ally Financial (NYSE:ALLY), one of the nation's largest auto lenders, fell 4% in its public debut after wrapping up the largest U.S. initial public offering so far t...

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