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Such candidate-specific super-PACs in congressional and Senate races are the latest development in the changing campaign-finance landscape.
A Manhattan District Court judge granted an SEC order sought against a man accused of operating a massive five-year “pump-and-dump” scheme using penny-stock Web sites.
DoubleLine Capital LP hired Pimco’s Ignacio Sosa as director for a newly created product solutions group as CEO Jeffrey Gundlach looks to grow outside the U.S.
Betting against U.S. government debt this year is turning out to be a fool’s errand. Just ask Wall Street’s biggest bond dealers.
With more than 8 million Americans now dependent on medical coverage through Obamacare, the law may finally be cemented into the foundation of U.S. society.
Public funding for U.S. colleges increased for only the second time in five years last year, following declines that forced schools to increase tuition and cut costs.
In cities including San Jose, Calif., Nashville, Tenn., Houston and Washington, D.C., revenue from real-estate levies has set records, or is poised to.
Billionaires B. Wayne Hughes, Paul Singer and Ken Griffin are among two dozen donors who gave $5.2 million last month to American Crossroads, a Republican group aligned with Karl Rove.
The SEC is weighing a requirement that brokers tell investors exactly where their stock trades go to be executed.
The civil engineer's loss on a Credit Suisse exchange-traded note (ETN) shows why banks are being pressured by the SEC to beef up disclosures on the products.
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