Bank of America is out here scamming.
In the past few days, the buzz around GameStop, AMC, and Reddit has dominated the news cycle. One might’ve noticed several people online discussing investing in stocks and pondered, “What’s going on?”
With hedge funds losing big and brokerage firms blocking access to hot stocks, Twitter users are pushing back against the will of Wall Street by demanding a truly free market.
Back in 2019, GameStop announced that it was closing hundreds of stores nationwide as the need for a brick and mortar video game store started to dwindle. This week, the retail chain is experiencing a boom in stock value, and what makes this unique is that individual investors have somehow bent the market to their will.
The sudden passing of Mac Miller earlier this year came at a time when his career was undoubtedly on an upward arc. Now, the late Pittsburgh rapper’s family is requesting documents to examine the value of his estate.
In 2017, the music industry had its best year since 2006 and amassed a $43 million profit bolstered by the rising streaming services and other factors. However, artists just earned 12 percent of the industry’s overall revenue of $5.1 billion.
Jay-Z now finds himself in the middle of what could become a larger legal issue involving the independent government agency, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. SEC officials subpoenaed the rapper born Shawn Carter in regards to an investigation into his connection to a company that has potential violations related to financial reporting on the federal […]
Mary J. Blige could face a loss as she looks to unload her sprawling New Jersey estate, this as she faces paying back taxes to the IRS and providing $30,000 monthly in spousal support to her estranged husband, Kendu Isaacs. If she manages to sell the property at its listing price of $6.9 million, she […]
Tyrese is apparently living a bit outside his means according to recent court documents. The documents show that he's spending more monthly than he earns.
Ghostface Killah entered the world of cyrptocurrency with the reported launch o Cream Capital, of which the Wu-Tang Clan Swordsman is a co-founder.
Donald Trump‘s entire campaign has been built around his claims to become the “greatest jobs president ever” but it appears that there are holes in GOP presidential hopeful’s money-raising game. After raising only $3.1 million in May and loaning himself over $2 million, the trending topic #TrumpSoPoor took off on Twitter.