Hedge fund manager Sanjay Valvani, recently charged with insider trading, was found dead of an apparent suicide.
SoftBank’s president, COO and CEO-in-waiting, Nikesh Arora, will move into an advisory role on July 1, scuttling the company’s succession plan.
“I am ‘the king of debt’,” Donald Trump boasted in a tweet. “That has been great for me as a businessman, but is bad for the country. I made a fortune off of debt, will fix U.S.”
Meanwhile Mark Cuban accused Trump of exaggerating his wealth, saying if the candidate “were fractionally as rich as he says he is, he would write a $200mm check to propel his campaign. He doesn’t have the cash.”
As for Hillary Clinton, her family’s foundation was reportedly attacked by Russian hackers.
Political reporters seem awfully willing to grant anonymity to sources attacking Clinton’s potential VP pick, Elizabeth Warren.
Professional athletes including NFL quarterback Mark Sanchez were robbed of $30 million in a Ponzi scheme, according to an SEC lawsuit.
Banks are increasingly moving toward biometric identification in place of traditional passwords, which have proved insecure.
And in horrible news for hypochondriacs, Google will soon suggest health conditions when users search for symptoms.
Photo: Sanjay Valvani departs Federal Court after a hearing following his arrest in New York, U.S., June 15, 2016. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson