As you read, shareholders of JP Morgan are deciding if CEO Jamie Dimon will keep his job as he knows it.
Dimon, widely considered the most powerful banker in the country, holds the positions of both CEO and Chairman of JP Morgan's
A few years ago, then 13-year-old Nicky Bronner woke woke up the day after Halloween to find that his dad had taken away a big chunk of his Halloween Candy.
He was outraged.
So he set out to prove his father wrong, but he soon
Fans of precious metals have been getting creamed lately.
Thanks to declining volatility and a growing sense that real interest rates are on the rise, gold and silver have been getting taken to the woodshed.
And in early Asian trading there's no letup. Silver is
The Telegraph has put together some amateur footage that shows Syrian aircraft dropping bombs on what is said to be the town of Yabroud, located about 49 miles north of Damascus.
It's unclear if there were any casualties. Nevertheless the town is irrevocably changed the
WHEN Shinzo Abe resigned after just a year as prime minister, in September 2007, he was derided by voters, broken by chronic illness, and dogged by the ineptitude that has been the bane of so many recent Japanese leaders.
Today, not yet five months into
Bob Woodward of the Washington Post took to task some in the Obama administration today, saying they’re not telling the truth about the Benghazi attacks. From his appearance on Meet the Press:
“…On the whole Benghazi
As you might expect, North Korea's "Internet" mirrors North Korea itself: Sad, secluded, and limited to just a handful of propagandistic sites.
There's a country-wide intranet, and the content consists of state news and message boards. A custom-built operating system, Red Star, includes a mandatory
A group of young skaters caught probably the best (and well-commentated) aftermath footage of the Friday evening train wreck in Connecticut.
BI's own Dina Spector reported the crash when it initially happened:
Two Metro-North trains collided Friday evening in Connecticut, leaving 60 people injured,