Hillary and Bill Clinton Made $6.7 Million from Speeches in 2015
Hillary and Bill Clinton raked in a combined $6.725 million in paid speeches in 2015, a decrease from the year before, according to a personal financial disclosure form released late Tuesday night. As a presidential candidate , Clinton has come under fire for paid speeches she gave, particularly to
What You Should Know About Netflix's Price Increase
About 17 million Netflix customers are about to pay more for the streaming service. Starting in May, customers who currently pay $7.99 for high-definition streaming will have to pay an additional $2 per month for the same service. Here's what customers should know about the price increase: How to
Swiss Bank UBS to Pay $545 Million Fine
The bank settles with U.S. authorities for its role in the manipulation of currency markets.
Report: HSBC Helped Clients Evade Taxes, Hide Money Overseas
I'm Dan that's where new York and mark McDougal and Wall Street what this Monday February 9 this story stock. HSBC. British bank in a load of trouble actively helping clients evade paying taxes hiding money altogether. For the very wealthy to arms dealers and celebrities thousands of clients
Flood of Donations for Michigan Man James Robertson With 21-Mile Walk to Work
Evan Leedy, a 19-year-old Detroit college student, was on Facebook Sunday morning when he read a story about James Robertson, a 56-year-old factory worker who walks 21 miles each day to and from his job in Rochester Hills, Michigan. “What he walks is like me walking to work every day and I honestly
Walmart (WMT) Declares a 5-Day Black Friday
Black Friday will last longer at Walmart. The world’s biggest retailer says its best discounts will be offered on TVs, tablets, toys and other goods over a five day period at the end of this month and into early December. “Black Friday is no longer...
May 10, 1963: Fidel Castro Interview
Cuba's prime minister answers questions on communism and the missile crisis.
Stocks: Winter Blues or Something Worse?
Morning Money Memo… The stock market is having a serious case of jitters, brought on by reports suggesting a slowdown for manufacturing. But the worst one-day plunge since last June may also be related to the winter blahs. Investor worries on Wall Street spread overseas,...