U.S. Charges SAC Capital Unit in $276 Million Insider Trading Scheme
The SEC, in its largest insider trading case ever, and the Department of Justice charged hedge fund advisory firm CR Intrinsic Investors, which is a unit of SAC Capital, its former portfolio manager and a medical consultant with insider trading.
Euro Set to Record Second Annual Fall Against Dollar
After a year of battering, and on the verge of another anniversary, the euro is shrouded in doubt. As 2011 draws to a close it looks likely that the joint currency will record its second annual drop in value, something it has not done in 10 years.
Health Care Is the New Wealth Care
WITH THE OLDEST BABY BOOMERS turning 66 this year, many are worried sick about the rising cost of health care. And no wonder. Health care expenses in retirement can run hundreds of thousands of dollars — not exactly pocket change.
As the turkey's least favorite time of the year arrives, I reluctantly must face the inevitable truth. Another precious year has passed -- and I...