Fed Minutes Ease Concern on Rate Rise, Lifting Stocks
Several Fed policy makers said a rise in their median projection for the main interest rate exaggerated the likely speed of tightening.
Companies Squeeze 401(k)s From Facebook to JPMorgan
Employers are holding back on both the amount and the timing of 401(k) matching funds and dragging out vesting schedules.
3 ETFs Poised to Dominate in 2014: Zacks
These three ETFs represent hot market sectors and are kicking off the new year in stellar form, according to Zacks.
9 Nasty Enforcement Cases of 2013
Nobody was safe from advisors gone bad: not widows, not NFL stars, not even Marines.
SEC Enforcement: Advisor Should’ve Just Said No; Filmmaker’s Funding Efforts Flop
An end-times video game company and former Qualcomm executive are among others in the SEC's sights this week.
Top Portfolio Products: T. Rowe Debuts Global Allocation Fund
Other products introduced over the last week include two new Japan-focused ETFs from Direxion and a covered call ETF from Horizons USA.
Supreme Court Backs 5-Year Limit on Securities Fraud Cases
The Supreme Court issued two rulings on Wednesday: one stating that the SEC must bring securities fraud cases within five years of when the fraud occurred, and another making it easier for shareholders to bring class-action lawsuits.
Top 10 Mega-Wealthy Donors in 2012
The donors on The Chronicle of Philanthropy’s 2013 Philanthropy 50 committed a total of $7.4 billion to charity in 2012. Three of the top five philanthropists were couples under 40.
10 Best Cities for Job Seekers
Personal finance website NerdWallet released its list of the best cities for job seekers based on Census Bureau data on population growth, income, unemployment rate and the cost of living.
Federal Securities Class-Action Suits Fell Sharply in ’12
Federal securities fraud class-action filings fell sharply in 2012, with the second-lowest number of annual filings in 16 years, according to Cornerstone Research.