Santa Cruz Biotechnology Agrees to Pay $3.5Million as Fine to Settle Animal-Abuse Violations

On Friday, an agreement was announced where Santa Cruz Biotechnology agreed to pay $3.5 million as fine for violating the 1966 Animal Welfare Act.

SEC Proposes Stricter Regulations for Exchange-Traded Funds which might also Affect Bitcoins

On Friday, the Securities and Exchange Commission, chairwoman Mary Jo White said, the agency is considering to enhance regulation related to EFTs or exchange-traded funds.

Corporate America’s Cash Pile Grows to $1.7 Trillion

Corporate America's cash pile is growing with the nonfinancial businesses in the United States holding $1.7 trillion in cash at present. Greater than one third of the amount is in the hands of only five companies say a report released by Moody's Investors Service on Friday.

Elizabeth Warren criticises ‘Gig Economy’

Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren has taken an aim at the so called, "gig economy" that is created by online platforms as well as workers joining together odd jobs.

Egyptian authorities believe MS804 crashed into the sea

Egyptian authorities have said that they believe that the missing airline jet from Paris to Cairo, might have crashed into the sea.

Most Kiwis believe banks overcharge fees

According to a new survey in New Zealand, a majority of people in the country believe that they are being over-charged by their bank for fees and other charges.