Paul Warburg - the oft-cited 'father of the Federal Reserve' - pushes back on those who see him as favoring the issue of 'fiat money'...
Hold his ears while his TONGUE takes you to heaven and back!
There are many reasons that it sucks to be in prison, but one of them is that it can cost more than eight bucks to make a 15-minute phone call—and private companies are collecting that dough.
An 11-month FT investigation reveals the extent of mismanagement at the €5bn-asset bank
The burgeoning power of the Latino community in California was illustrated this week by the death of a minimum wage hike proposal in the state Assembly.
The company behind a mobile app that allows San Francisco drivers to get paid for the public parking spaces they exit has rejected an order from the city attorney to stop its operations.
The first rule of free market capitalism is that it works at its own pace. The second rule of capitalism is that it does not take kindly to those who try to subvert the first rule.
Here's a new twist to the food truck fad: A converted school bus featuring marijuana-infused sandwiches and other treats is set to open for business in Washington state this weekend. .
You don't need a special license to be a tour guide in Washington.
Russia's state-controlled gas company, Gazprom, warned its European customers Friday that it could limit supplies to countries that intend to re-sell the natural gas on to Ukraine.
$300,000 damages award against KlearGear, the company that billed customers for $3,500 because they posted a negative review
The Red Cross raised more than $300 million for Superstorm Sandy disaster relief, but it is refusing to say how it raised or spent the cash.
Experts say waitresses staffing an estimated 100 branches of Pyongyang chain are confined to compounds to prevent escape
A look at New York City's other media industry: immigrant presses, where print advertising still brings in substantial revenue, and readers keep subscribing.
It was about two months ago when in a shocking development in the otherwise sleepy tax-evasion haven of Lichtenstein, the CEO of local Bank Frick...
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A few arbitrarily selected online resources that can help you meet your recreational and medicinal needs.
First it was gold, now it is HFT - poor Barclays just can't get away with any market rigging crime these days.
The National Cannabis Industry Association is hosting its first annual Cannabis Business Summit at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver this week. The Huffington Post will have more coverage soon, but here's what things look like so far:
Banks should brace for assault as Arthur Andersen annihilator now controls world's largest criminal conviction machine
It is no longer just runaway film production undermining employment opportunities for Angelenos.
How corporations became people you can't sue.
In the GoT, you either win or you get taken over by AT&T
With his new company, Affirm, Levchin is taking on credit cards with a new formula for calculating risk.
Primark are investigating an incident in which a shopper discovered a label that read "Forced to work exhausting hours" stitched inside a £10 ($16) dress she had bought from one of the retailer's outlets.
This fall, Audrey Fletcher will take the reins of Kent State's award-winning student newspaper as editor. For as long as she's known, the Daily Kent Stater's gone to press five days a week. But this coming school year, the Stater will drop "daily" fr
A Dutch company has invented the world's first electronic joint.
At the heart of the last financial crisis, some compared CDS to buying home insurance on a neighbor's home and burning it down; it appears the USA has come a long way in the last few years.
Could Tesla Motors be the world's most important car company?
Everyone knows that assorted food prices - most notably various meats such as beef and pork - have never been higher, but to Janet Yellen that's just noise.