The Securities and Exchange Commission announced Tuesday that Oracle will pay millions to settle charges related to the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.
The British government's sweeping package of tax cuts has damaged the nation's credibility as an economic superpower, Treasury Secretary Larry Summers said.
U.K. defense officials say Russia's economy could take a hit as hundreds of thousands of Russian fighting age men flee President Vladimir Putin's conscription order.
The Commerce Department said in its final reading of second-quarter GDP data on Thursday that the economy shrank 0.6% in the spring, indicating the start of a recession.
House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer told Punchbowl News that a vote on a congressional stock ban bill is not likely to happen this week, the last chance before the midterms.
Hinman was at the center of the agency’s crypto regulation efforts under former SEC Chairman Jay Clayton
Elon Musk is appealing a Securities and Exchange Commission settlement to resolve securities fraud charges related to a now infamous tweet in which Musk claimed he had "funding secured" to take Tesla private at $420 per share.
Mortgage rates, which have recently surged to their highest level since 2008, are also fluctuating more than they have in nearly 30 decades, according to Redfin.
Stock traders will be watching today's release of the third and final update on 2Q GDP, which may show evidence of a recession.
Amazon is preparing for a busy October and holiday shopping season, boosting hourly pay in order to attract more workers.
The Commerce Department will release the third and final estimate of Q2 GDP on Thursday, providing evidence over whether the economy is in a recession.
Communication is crucial during hurricanes and major disasters. AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile are aiding people in Florida impacted by Hurricane Ian by helping them maintain service.
Lyft is halting its hiring in the United States for the remainder of the year, according to a statement Wednesday from a spokesperson of the ride-share company.
The nation's top oil and gas group slammed President Biden on Wednesday for suggesting companies may price gouge as Hurricane Ian makes landfall in Florida.