WASHINGTON (Reuters) – As he nears the end of a dozen years as director of the FBI, Robert Mueller finds himself defending the agency over its handling of two high-profile cases. It is a familiar spot for the low-key ex-Marine.
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Stocks edged up on Wednesday, with the Dow rising for the ninth straight session to another record, buoyed by surprisingly strong retail sales that suggested the economy is gaining momentum.
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FINRA warned it has changed its cross-product surveillance reviews to capture recently identified ploys and will continue to devote substantial resources to detecting, and bringing enforcement…
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Despite a rocky few weeks during the “fiscal cliff” fight, John Boehner won re-election as speaker of the House of Representatives on Thursday and will again lead Republicans as they take on the White House over federal … Continue reading
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Despite a rocky few weeks during the “fiscal cliff” fight, John Boehner won re-election as speaker of the House of Representatives on Thursday and will lead Republicans as they take on the White House over federal spending.
(Reuters) – Shares of Herbalife plunged again Friday, feeling the brunt of heavy selling in a week where prominent short-seller Bill Ackman called the company a “pyramid scheme.”
(Reuters) – Republican Mitt Romney’s family had to convince him to make a second bid for the presidency because he was reluctant to run again after failing to secure his party’s nomination in 2008, Romney’s son told the Boston Globe … Continue reading
NEW YORK (Reuters) – The Dow and the S&P 500 advanced modestly on Friday, though another sell-off in Apple depressed technology shares and kept the Nasdaq negative, overshadowing a sharply better-than-expected jobs report.