Seven members of an elite U.S. Navy SEAL (Sea, Air, and Land) team, including one who participated in the raid that killed al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden, have been reprimanded for disclosing classified material while helping produce a videogame.
Incoming Lockheed Martin CEO Christopher Kubasik has resigned after allegedly carrying on an inappropriate relationship with a subordinate employee, according to a company statement.
HSBC is being investigated by HM Revenue and Customs after a whistleblower handed it the names, addresses and balances of every person the banking giant has helped place money in Jersey.
Apple streaming radio said to challenge Pandora next year, and Apple has intensified talks with major music labels to start an advertising supported streaming-radio competitor to Pandora by early next year, according to people with knowledge of the negotiations. Discussions are centered in part around how to share ad revenue, and a deal could be […]
Florida was awarded those millions in February as part of the $25 billion national settlement between five of country’s biggest banks and forty-nine states and the District of Columbia.
Plans to reform IT classes in schools are welcome and overdue – but we need to go further than simply teaching children how to write code, says computer scientist Tom Crick.
The US economy continues to rebound as US stocks rise and jobless claims drop.
Authorities reportedly set to crack down on banks for failing to monitor whether cash was being used to launder dirty money.
The funding request complicates the image that Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney has tried to project for his running mate as a fiscal watchdog who’s focused on trying to cut the federal budget.
Survey shows private businesses beat economists’ forecasts before closely watched release of nonfarm payrolls on Friday.
German carmaker Volkswagen has launched a fresh initiative to attract more highly skilled staff. In its constant search for engineers, it’s now focusing its recruitment campaign on crisis-stricken Spain and Portugal.
Sure, the bank portion of TARP has been profitable so far. The Treasury Department estimates that it will make almost $22 billion from its bank support programs. That includes an estimated $3 billion loss from the smaller banks’ paper.
Walmart, Target And Other Big Retailers Lobbied Successfully For Exemption From SEC Conflict Mineral Rule
Thanks to their lobbying efforts, big retailers will likely be exempt from a rule, finalized by the Securities and Exchange Commission Wednesday, which requires public companies to disclose whether their products contain “conflict minerals” from the Democratic Republic of Congo.