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Ex-FBI Agent Turned Financial Fraud Buster Finds Business Is Booming

This week's arrest of hedge fund manager Murray Huberfeld for an alleged kickback scheme with New York City's correction officers union didn't surprise one private eye.

Goldman Sachs Under Investigation by U.S. Officials

Goldman Sachs is being investigated by U.S. law enforcement officials for not alerting authorities about a suspicious transaction involving a Malaysian investment fund, according to reports.

E*Trade Slapped With $900,000 Fine

Shares of E*Trade getting hit Friday in tandem with the broader selloff in financials in response to the weak May jobs report.

Oracle Faces Wrongful Termination Lawsuit by Sr. Finance Manager

Oracle shares are lower in Thursday's session following the disclosure of a whistleblower lawsuit by a former senior finance manager.

Shares of Oracle Sliding Thursday on Cloud Accounting Lawsuit

Shares of Oracle are sliding after the company was hit by a lawsuit.

Volkswagen Shares Under Pressure, Sees ‘Demanding’ 2016

Volkswagen shares lost ground in Tuesday's trading session after the automaker reported a 20 percent drop in profits for the first quarter and said 2016 will be a 'demanding' year.

Greece Again in Focus as European Leaders Meet on Greek Debt

The week ahead in Europe includes another meeting on Greece's financial troubles, as well as a gathering of finance ministers on the subject of tax avoidance.

Here’s Why It’s Taking So Long for M&A Deals to Close

Mergers and acquisitions are taking an eternity to close, thanks to extra scrutiny from government regulators.

What 'Brexit' Means for Cross-Border Dealmaking and Merger Filings

A U.K. exit from the European Union would be bad for investment and mean more paperwork and costs for companies getting deals vetted by antitrust watchdogs.

EU Commission Slaps Alphabet’s Google With Antitrust Complaint

The European Commission filed a complaint against Google on Wednesday, accusing it of abusing its dominant market share in Europe.