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What Is Money Laundering and What Is Its History?

What Is Money Laundering and What Is Its History?

Money laundering has been around for 2,000 years, and it's still pervasive - and just as hard to track - today.

Align Technology to Close 12 Invisalign Stores After Arbitration Loss

Align Technology to Close 12 Invisalign Stores After Arbitration Loss

Align Technology loses an arbitration case against SDC Entities and will now have to close Invisalign stores.

Wells Fargo's Latest $240 Million Legal Setback Is Win for Shareholders

Wells Fargo's Latest $240 Million Legal Setback Is Win for Shareholders

Wells Fargo discloses an agreement in principle of a shareholder-derivative lawsuit under which its insurers will pay $240 million - to the company. In an embarrassing way, it's a minor win for shareholders after more than $4.5 billion of elevated costs stemming from a series of scandals.

How to Get Out of a Lease

How to Get Out of a Lease

How can you get out of your lease? It's actually not impossible. If it's time to move but you still have eight months of rent to pay, start with these tips.

Gerrymandering: Definition, History and Legality in 2018

Gerrymandering: Definition, History and Legality in 2018

Gerrymandering has been done by politicians in America for centuries, for reasons both partisan and racial. What is it and how did it start?

One Year Later: #MeToo Movement Enters the Boardroom

One Year Later: #MeToo Movement Enters the Boardroom

A year after the #MeToo campaign kicked off with a series of high-profile figures falling from grace, the movement to end sexual harassment and assault in the workplace is sweeping the boardrooms.

Tesla's Musk to Step Down as Chairman as Part of SEC Settlement

Tesla's Musk to Step Down as Chairman as Part of SEC Settlement

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has agreed to settle with the Securities and Exchange Commission over a complaint that the automaker's founder violated federal securities laws with several tweets pertaining to have a take-private offer for Tesla all but in hand.

What Is Bankruptcy? Different Types and Why People File

What Is Bankruptcy? Different Types and Why People File

The debts and income an individual or company has will determine what type of bankruptcy they are eligible to file for. Here's what you need to know.

Bitcoin Today: Say So Long to $7,000 as Prices Tumble

Bitcoin Today: Say So Long to $7,000 as Prices Tumble

Bitcoin loses momentum Tuesday.

Amazon's Big Weakness in the Supreme Court Sales Tax Ruling

Amazon's Big Weakness in the Supreme Court Sales Tax Ruling

As much as 0.3% of the retailer's sales could be at risk following Thursday's Supreme Court ruling, an analyst says.