CHEYENNE – A southwest Wyoming farmer is taking the Environmental Protection Agency to court for what he says is an illegal overreach of its authority. Andy Johnson of Fort Bridger has been locked in a battle of wills with the EPA since …
BARRE, Vt. — Vermont's stock-car-racing governor is back in victory lane. Republican Gov. Phil Scott won the 50-lap feature Thursday at Barre's Thunder Road, taking home a total of $1,200. Scott, a part-time racecar driver, is the all …
StockMarketWire.com - Man Group bought back 94,615 ordinary shares yesterday for cancellation at a weighted average price of 214.6932p each under its US$100m repurchase programme. At 9:33am: [LON:EMG] Man Group PLC share …
A man has died after falling from a balcony at the London Stock Exchange. Police were called to Paternoster Square just before 10am following reports that a man had fallen from an upper floor to the ground. City of London Police said they …
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This week saw a tale of two stocks. Not just any stocks. Microsoft and Johnson & Johnson are the only two AAA-rated companies left in America. That means ratings agencies such as Standard & Poor's believe the bonds issued by these …
WALL STREET, Manhattan -- As people watch the numbers fluctuate dramatically on the New York stock exchange trading floor, one broker's facial expression is captured in majority of the photographs there. "What's like your best …
A Florida man has been charged with plotting to plant bombs in at least 10 Target Corp stores and then profit when the blasts caused the company’s stock price to fall, federal prosecutors have said. Charles Barnett, 48, of Ocala, had …
BEIJING (REUTERS) - Chinese authorities have arrested a man who allegedly spread rumours about people in Beijing jumping off buildings in response to a stock market crash, state television reported on Sunday. The 29-year-old man, …
A Portville man has pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit securities fraud, U.S. Attorney William J. Hochul Jr. announced Thursday. Jamie Boye, 33, faces a maximum sentence of five years in prison, a fine of $250,000 or both …