How better financing could help create new cancer drugs

The pharmaceuticals industry presents a quandary for potential investors: Major investments in drug development pay off handsomely in a relatively small number of cases, but many other projects deliver no returns at all. ...

Money managers, analysts comment on Facebook IPO

Facebook is finally going public. For investors lucky enough to get in on the IPO, the question is simple: Is this going to be the mother lode that puts their kids through college? Or an over-hyped dud?

Tech exec pleads guilty to insider trading

A technology company executive pleaded guilty to providing confidential information on Apple and other companies, as part of a massive insider-trading probe.

Wealthfront lets regular folks invest like the rich

Startup Wealthfront has revamped its online service to give middle- and lower-income people in the United States investment tools typically reserved for the rich to make profit on their money.

Ponzi scheme theme in 'Made Off' videogame

Is there a bit of Bernie in you? Mobile phone users worldwide will soon be able to play Ponzi scheme scammers in a new videogame based on the financial ruin wreaked by jailed US fraudster Bernard Madoff.

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