Oil extends gains on Draghi's euro pledge
Oil futures end higher for the third session in a row, spurred by European Central Bank President Mario Draghi's vow to save the euro and as macroeconomic data lift U.S. stocks. See full story.
Thursday's biggest gaining and declining stocks
Akamai, MetroPCS, Sprint, Gevo, Yerex, Zynga and Synacor are among Thursday's movers. See full story.
Zynga ratings slashed by brokers on miss
Shares of social game maker crash following disappointing results and a sharply reduced forecast. "We were wrong," says Morgan Stanley analyst. See full story.
Facebook fiasco? Zynga is just as bad
Morgan Stanley and Goldman weren't the only investment banks working on Zynga's sales in the market, but as the lead underwriters on its IPO, they had the most important role. By allowing insiders to dump stock and then allowing analysts to keep recommending it rivals Facebook fiasco. See full story.
10 years on, Sarbanes-Oxley revisited on Hill
Ten years after Congress passed the post-Enron Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, lawmakers squabble over whether a key provision has hurt job creation and driven IPOs abroad, or helped to restore trust to financial markets. See full story.
Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg probably views his company's first earnings report as he would a trip to the dentist, but he still would be wise to get on the conference call with investors, writes Therese Poletti. See full story.
Most financial advisers have their clients' best interests at heart, but there are a few bad apples. Here's how to protect yourself, and your retirement funds, from rogue brokers and bad advice. See full story.