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45 min ago | Fortune
The 41-year-old serial entrepreneur developed, then sold the early blogging platform Blogger to Google in 2003.
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4 hrs ago | Market Wire
Pinetree Capital Ltd. , announces that on March 6, 2014, as a result of a reverse take-over by Keek Inc. of Primary Petroleum Corporation, it acquired ownership of 38,786,027 common shares of Keek representing approximately 11.3% of the total issued and outstanding common shares of Keek as of March 6, 2014.
9 hrs ago | Reuters
A federal jury found former Jefferies Group Inc trader Jesse Litvak guilty of defrauding clients on mortgage bond trades, a victory for the government as it probes whether banks cheated their customers in the years after the financial crisis.
11 hrs ago | Insider Monkey
DRIV ) . The stake amounts to 6.97% of the company's common stock and consists of some 16,000 shares and around 2.46 million shares that may be issued upon the conversion of 2.00% convertible bonds due November 1, 2030.
15 hrs ago | The Washington Post
In less than a decade, Marco Dunand and Daniel Jaeggi have turned a 10-person company supplying oil to a pair of Polish refineries into the world's fourth-largest commodity trader with revenue topping $100 billion last year.
Japan's biggest brokerage Nomura Holdings has chosen a woman to head its banking arm, in what is believed to be a first for the country's male-dominated financial sector.
Tiger Global Management led a $77 million growth round in OnDeck Capital Inc., bankrolling the small business lending site's international and product expansion plans while raising the bar for other companies in the growing alternative lending sector.
Spotify Ltd., the Stockholm-based music-streaming company backed by billionaire Li Ka-Shing, is speaking with banks about raising a credit facility, a move that could presage an initial public offering in the U.S., people with knowledge of the matter said.
Late last week, Goldman Sachs disclosed that regulators are probing how it allocates and trades bonds.
Oil traders are betting that Europe is too hooked on Russian fuel for the region to back energy sanctions against President Vladimir Putin.
They literally sack up the gold, even as their speculative gambles have wreaked havoc on our real economy.
Prosecutors said greed motivated former Jefferies Group Inc trader Jesse Litvak to defraud the government on mortgage securities, while defense lawyers said their client's "fibs" were perfectly acceptable, during closing arguments at a closely-watched trial on Wednesday.
Victims of Bernard Madoff 's epic fraud may be able to recoup only a small portion of the billions of dollars he allegedly funneled to selected customers in the last years of his Ponzi scheme.
The Oppenheimer Rochester group of municipal bond funds has more than a sixth of its assets under management tied up in the struggling commonwealth of Puerto Rico, a bet that made it a star when the island's bonds were in high demand, but that recently led to losses, outflows, and regulatory scrutiny.
Billionaires Patrick Drahi and Martin Bouygues are set for a competitive bidding war for Vivendi SA's French phone unit SFR in what could be one of the biggest financing deals in Europe this year.
SoftBank Corp CEO Masayoshi Son will present his views on the U.S. mobile industry in Washington D.C. next week, the Japanese mobile operator said, after U.S. regulators expressed skepticism towards a potential SoftBank bid for T-Mobile US Inc. Son's presentation to lawmakers, educators and business leaders is his first public speech to a U.S.