Fitbit Runs Into Red Ink for Holiday Quarter
Sales of Fitbit's health and fitness trackers fell to 6.5 million from 8.2 million even though it introduced four new devices last year.
What’s Wrong with Crowdfunding?
The JOBS Act was designed to help online capital formation. So far, the results have been disappointing.
Corzine Fined $5M Over MF Global Collapse
In a settlement of a CFTC lawsuit, the former New Jersey governor also agreed to a lifetime ban from the futures industry.
General Cable Fined $75M for Foreign Bribery
The SEC alleges the company generated more than $51 million in illicit profits by bribing government officials in Africa and Asia.
Clinton, Bush Among Campaign Big Spenders
The Democratic leader for the White House and the GOP's Bush have both spent nearly 90% of what they raised in the third quarter.
SEC Approves New Rules for ‘IPO Lite’ Offerings
The move could lead more companies to take advantage of the little-used Regulation A for small public offerings.
NCAA Basketball: The Profitability Bracket
If the NCAA Division I basketball tournament teams were chosen by how much they earned, the undefeated Kentucky Wildcats would not be a top seed.