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Don't Expect to See Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Testify Before Congress

Facebook is set to testify before Congress on Nov. 1 about Russia's attempt to influence the 2016 election

This Is What We Know About the Shooting in Las Vegas

Officials have confirmed 58 fatalities and 515 injuries.

Catalonia, Las Vegas and China - This is What You Need to Know on Monday

Spanish stocks slump following Catalan referendum violence

Jordan Belfort Reveals Why Financial Fraud Is Still at Large

Financial fraud, such as pump and dump schemes, still occur today, according to Jordan Belfort, who served time in prison for financial crimes. Belfort is out with a new book 'Way of the Wolf.'

Volkswagen America CEO on the Emissions Scandal and Self-Driving Cars

TheStreet goes one-on-one with Volkswagen Group of America's CEO Hinrich Woebcken

South Korea's Financial Regulator Bans Initial Coin Offerings

The Financial Services Commission believes that cryptocurrencies need to be tightly controlled

Stocks Largely Hold on to Gains Following Yellen's Speech

Carnival shares jump after beating quarterly estimates but Adidas stock slumped following an investigation into a NCAA Bribery Scandal.

Drama Between Kathy Griffin and KB Home CEO Jeffrey Mezger Reaches New Heights

Griffin was granted a restraining order, according to court documents.

Equifax CEO Richard Smith Is Retiring

Equifax Chairman and CEO Richard Smith is retiring, the company announced Wednesday.

Google Fights Accusations of Gender-Based Pay Discrimination

A lawyer representing three female former Google employees said he was seeking class-action status for the claim