You know those proxy statements you get in the mail, if you own a stock or a mutual fund? Regulators are looking at a major overhaul of the system that allows stockholders to vote on company issues. But that has many shareholder advocates worried. Amy Scott reports.
More than a million job seekers will be getting a letter from Monster.com soon letting them know hackers have stolen their personal information. The theft comes at a rough time for the job site, Amy Scott reports.
It's amazing what a little extra cash can do. Word broke last night that Bank of America bought $2 billion of stock in ailing mortgage giant Countrywide Financial, and suddenly investors are feeling a bit rosier too. Amy Scott reports.
Money market funds are supposed to be some of the safest investments. They pay better interest than a typical savings account without much more risk. But Amy Scott reports some money markets have been investing in some dangerous debt.
The Federal Trade Commission inadvertently released documents yesterday from Whole Foods with information that should have been omitted -- including the grocery giant's plans to close 30 Wild Oats stores upon the companies' merger. Amy Scott reports.
Nasdaq's new Portal Market debuts tomorrow, but is only opening its doors to the super-rich. Investors interested in the private market can only trade if they hold at least $100 million in assets. Amy Scott reports.
Goldman Sachs announced it's pouring $3 billion with the help of investors into one of its hedge funds that lost 32% of its value in the past week. It might walk like a bailout and talk like a bailout but, as Amy Scott reports, don't call it a bailout.
The Fed will be looking at two key inflation measures this week: Tomorrow we'll get a read on July wholesale prices and Wednesday the Labor Department reports on consumer prices. But officials may have something else on their minds. Amy Scott has more.