An Australian commodities trader has pleaded guilty in Chicago federal court to manipulating market prices by placing orders in the millions of dollars and canceling them within milliseconds to sell smaller orders at a profit
Spend a night at a New Orleans hotel and the tax bite can exceed 15 percent. Mayor LaToya Cantrell says the taxes pull in an estimated $166 million a year, but less than 10 percent goes to city government coffers.
The Baltic nation of Estonia is engaged in the most ambitious project in governance in today's world, creating a totally digital government designed to reduce bureaucracy, increase transparency and boost economic growth
Israeli technology company says business is booming after the chaos that erupted at Gatwick Airport last week, wreaked by rogue drones that exposed the vulnerability of major airports to outside interference
The heirs to the Walmart company fortune have been working to make inroads with influential leaders in the black community, even as prominent civil rights groups like the NAACP and Black Lives Matter movement call for a moratorium on new charter schools.