Investors should review whether they made any rash moves to trigger potentially unnecessary tax bills.
California’s attorney general has filed a lawsuit against debt rating agency Standard & Poor’s, claiming it inflated its ratings of certain investments, costing the state’s public pension funds and other investors billions of dollars.
Facebook’s biggest lock-up period – a time following an IPO that prevents insiders from selling stock – expires on Wednesday.
Thousands of entrepreneur’s have raised $274 million from the public through the website Kickstarter, but not all the ideas have turned out to be successful and sometimes not everyone delivers on the investments.
Apple’s stock has hit a new high after a four-month swoon, as investors were looking ahead to the release of a new iPhone model, and possibly a smaller iPad.
Peet’s Coffee & Tea is being taken private for approximately $977.6 million.
An advocacy group for low-income people issued a report Thursday that says investors are buying foreclosed homes in the poorest neighborhoods in Oakland in a trend that is destabilizing communities.
Top executives are traveling across the country as the social network gets set to go public next week.
Facebook made a much-anticipated status update Wednesday: The Internet social network is going public eight years after its computer-hacking CEO Mark Zuckerberg started the service at Harvard University.
Shares of Oracle plunged almost 14 percent in early morning trading Wednesday, a day after the business software company said it was struggling to close deals.