BofA-Merrill Moves to Settle Lawsuit With Black Brokers
The lawsuit, which alleges discrimination and was initiated in 2005, could be resolved for a reported $160 million as early as Tuesday.
Advisors Giving Back: Holiday Slideshow, Part II
In the second of three slideshows, we pay homage to advisors and their partners who share of their time and talents with their local, national and global community.
Deepak Chopra Ponders the Soul of Leadership
“Well-being is the one thing that predicts everything,” says Chopra—including the economy, social unrest, conflict, hospital admissions and financial institutions.
Martin Luther King’s Economic Priorities
If Martin Luther King were alive today, what would he have to say about today’s dominant issue–the weak economy?
Despite Infighting, SEC 'Fully Expects' to Meet SRO Deadline, SEC Official Says
Despite internal wrangling regarding the report to send to Congress examining the need for an advisor SRO, an SEC official told AdvisorOne that the agency “fully expects” to meet its Jan. 17 deadline.