Fintech may propel banking from the brick-and-mortar era into an app-driven future and early-stage investors have shed their traditional disdain for the sector.
The $76M judgment was one of the largest in the history of the Court of Chancery.
Delaware Vice Chancellor J. Travis Laster awarded stockholders of Rural Metro Corp. $76 million in damages on Friday.
In the quarter century since initial publication, Wall St. seems to have tamed the outrageous personal behavior but the systemic risks have never been greater.
The rise of the computerized world in which we now live makes for a long, sprawling story, one that Walter Isaacson tells very well in his new book, 'The Innovators'.
Corporate reincorporations overseas may suddenly be a hot topic in Washington.
Goldman Sachs Group and Bain Capital Partners Wednesday agreed to settle claims that they colluded to hold down the prices paid to targets in several large leveraged buyouts signed up between 2003 and 2007.
Easter dinner means ham and lamb, each of which offers the possibility of classic wine pairings. Christy Frank, the owner of Frankly Wines in Tribeca, New York, reveals her favorite wines.
Many Jews associate Passover with Manischewitz wine, made in New York from Concord grapes, but even observant Jews now have a far broader set of choices.
The current breed of activists engage in behavior that leaves companies "wounded" by pressuring them to sell profitable divisions, take on debt to pay generous dividends, and cut R&D.