Simone Foxman, Business InsiderJuly 13, 2012 16:49
A document dump from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York earlier today indicates one thing: the Federal Reserve, the Bank of England, and the British Bankers Association knew that traders were misreporting the data used to calculate one of the world's most important financial benchmarks for years.
Matthew Boesler, Business InsiderJune 22, 2012 13:46
The Milken Institute published a report this week examining the effects of the euro crisis on individual US states based on which ones send the most exports to the EU as a share of their total exports and GDP.
The 77-year-old retired pharmacist shot himself during Wednesday morning's rush hour, leaving a note that read: "I have no other way to react apart from finding a dignified end before I start sifting through garbage for food."
In the northern Greek city of Thessaloniki Members of the "I won't pay" movement protest decorated a Christmas tree with power bills including the new emergency property tax. (SAKIS MITROLIDIS/AFP/Getty Images)
Greek suicide rate doubles in a year as economic woes take their toll