Chinese stocks saw their biggest dip in 8 years today, leading the media to dub it “Black Monday” in Shanghai. Dow Jones opened more than 1,000 points down.
A website designed to look like Bloomberg posted a fake story about the impending buyout of Twitter for $31 billion, sending Twitter’s stock on a wild ride.
Rogue trader Navinder Singh Sarao faces a possible 380-year prison sentence if convicted of triggering the 2010 Wall Street “flash crash” that wiped out billions of dollars in a matter of minutes.
Chris Evans and Sebastian Stan, the stars of “Captain America: The Winter Soldier”, rang the Opening Bell on April 1 at the NYSE.
The man behind the GSElevator Twitter handle, which offered followers supposedly overheard dialogue from inside the elevators of Goldman Sachs has been outed.
Cramer and other analysts are hypothesizing that Apple CEO Tim Cook is on the hot seat.
This week’s new movies include the long-awaited Wall Street sequel, perplexing owl-athon Legend of the Guardians, Kristen Bell rom-com You Again and documentary Catfish. Check our short reviews.
The Wall Street sequel was supposed to hit theaters on April 23rd, 2010. Now it’s being pushed back to September 24th, HollywoodReporter.com reports. Shia LaBeouf stars opposite Michael Douglas. The film is directed by Oliver Stone and also stars Charlie…