By Kate Stanhope,
Conan O'Brien stopped by the Late Show with David Letterman Thursday and -- surprise! -- they had quite a lot to catch up on since O'Brien last visited in 1999.
However, the two late night hosts didn't wait long before getting to the good stuff -- aka ba
By Mark Trumbull
The fallout from a massive investment loss at JPMorgan Chase continued to spread Wednesday, as shareholders filed lawsuits against the bank and members of Congress used the incident to defend strong bank regulation -- or to promote more of it.
Investors filed two lawsuits
By Julie Masis
Klein, the 20-something owner of Sushi Moto, a kosher Japanese eatery in Brooklyn, said electronic menus will make his restaurant unique.
"It just makes sense. The paper menu doesn't do the food justice," he says.
By Kirk HaverkampProvided by
A lot of homeowners with underwater mortgages would like to refinance, but they don't qualify for HARP (the federal Home Affordable Refinance Program). Do they have other options?
By Geoff DuncanProvided by
Facebook is testing a new pay-to-promote system for status updates: the idea is that users can pay a small fee to Facebook to have a particular status update appear on their social networks in a more-visible manner.