SAN FRANCISCO | Professional athletes frequently get traded to other teams, but San Francisco 49ers tight end Vernon Davis is about to be the first ever to be traded like a stock.
Fantex CEO Buck French works on a laptop during a promotional stop in San Francisco. The San Francisco company is trying to turn sports stars into commodities whose moneymaking potential can be bought and sold on an exchange run by Fantex.
Twitter signage is draped on the facade of the New York Stock Exchange, Thursday in New York.
LinkedIn provided further evidence of online networking's popularity and moneymaking potential with a fourth-quarter performance that got a glowing review on Wall Street.
The economy may be healing, but banks are still suffering from a housing hangover. JPMorgan Chase spent $3.2 billion last year to fight lawsuits, almost all of them over poorly written mortgages.
MERRILLVILLE | Energy company NiSource Inc. said Monday that it is offering to buy back some $326.9 million of its 10.75 percent notes due 2016.
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