The Syrian Electronic Army hacked the Twitter account of AP before. But could they expand their hacking attacks if the U.S. conducts strikes against Syria? Moreover, are they a sophisticated group that can unleash something much more devastating? You be the judge.
Syrian debate really is one about protecting oil interests in the region, Peritus’ Tim Gramatovich tells TheStreet’s Joe Deaux.
A one-sided look at the propaganda and conspiracy about Syria and America’s actions on the nation. Watch the video, do your research, and form your own opinion – but don’t do so unless you have seen both sides of the story.
Computer Glitch Halts NASDAQ Options Trading: Yet another look at how dangerous and fragile the stock market really is.
Bloomberg “Market Makers” anchor Erik Schatzker digs deeper into the options malfunction at Goldman Sachs Group that could bring a loss of $100 million to the firm and relates it to some of the most recent trading errors in the industry.
JP Morgan continues to be under investigation for numerous offenses since 2008. Just recently settled a civil suit for energy manipulation. Now they face a new FBI criminal probe in the California energy market case. Are they being targeted?
Global solar energy capacity has soared in the past 5 years, largely due to solar-friendly government policies and precipitous drops in the price of the technology. Yet Earth’s most abundant energy source still provides only a fraction of our total energy–less than .25% of consumption in the United States. Why isn’t this energy source making more of an impact? The numbers reveal the truth about solar.
Preet Bharara charges two JPMorgan traders of conspiracy and fraud saying ‘companies themselves need to pay closer attention to the cultures that they create.’
Can the NSA track your online activity, including your browsing history and online chats without a warrant? Apparently so, using XKeyscore.
Howard Schmidt, former White House cybersecurity coordinator, discusses the threat to the U.S. economy from cyber attacks against corporations and the black-market for the selling of information on system vulnerabilities.