Today is the end date of the ancient Mayan Long Count calendar, which some believe marks the end of civilization.
Recently, top bosses and executives at Olympus, the Japanese manufacturer of medical equipment and cameras, pleaded guilty to fraud in one of Japan's largest corporate scandals.
Yesterday the GOP made a counteroffer to the White House's Fiscal Cliff proposals.
More than two dozen companies over the past five years neglected to tell investors they were preparing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, according to a Wall Street Journal analysis.
The Federal Open Market Committee did not announce anything new in its statement following its two day meeting.
Last night Barack Obama and Mitt Romney faced off in a debate on foreign policy, but foreign tax policy was not ever brought up.
The global rate cutting contest continues with two central banks reducing interest rates in the past 24 hours.
The ECB plans to use its unlimited bond buying program, known as OMT, to buy sovereign bonds for one or two months and then suspend purchases during an assessment period, according to Reuters.
World leaders arrive in the US for the G8 Summit.
Minutes are out from the Federal Reserve's latest open market committee meeting.
JP Morgan held its shareholder meeting today in the midst of whale-gate.
What we are seeing across the Western world is exactly what happens when faith in the systems of governance.
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