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The cost of liquidating his defunct investment advisory firm to repay thousands of victims has topped $1 billion, though the con man’s former customers aren’t footing the bill.
The accidental inclusion of 380,000 people in dental plans to enrollment figures under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act provided a new opening for critics.
Bankers and the government warn that imposing stricter taxes on the rich will crimp revenues, cut jobs and reduce Switzerland’s appeal.
With part of Nicholas Schorsch’s real estate empire fracturing into warring factions, a chunk of his fortune may depend on his RCS Capital distancing itself from ARCP accounting problems.
A Citigroup managing director who was global head of environmental and social risk management was found dead in his New York apartment after suffering a neck wound.
Through higher tax rates and a rainy-day reserve, California’s creditworthiness has improved more than any U.S. state since the recession ended in 2009.
The objective is modest volatility, downside-risk protection and diversification against the other assets in the portfolio, says Ameriprise's head of specialized strategies.
Former billionaire Samuel Wyly’s Dallas church is taking on the might of the U.S. government for a scrap of the businessman’s remaining fortune.
Alfred Mann spent $1 billion of his own money to get a breakthrough diabetes treatment approved by regulators. Now the 89-year-old Las Vegas billionaire wants to cure blindness.
The $3.7 trillion municipal market is on pace for its first monthly loss of 2014 and trailing gains in Treasuries amid a glut of issuance by states and localities.