Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina is set to launch her 2016 presidential campaign, The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday. Fiorina, a Republican, reportedly intends to officially announce her bid in a conference call on May 4.
NEW YORK — A new poll says Anthony Weiner has slipped to fourth place in the Democratic race for New York City mayor after his latest sexting scandal emerged last week. Poll director Maurice Carroll says Weiner is in “free fall.”
“He can’t win. He simply can’t win,” Carroll said.
Monday’s poll — which Weiner led just five days ago — also showed about half of likely Democratic voters saying Weiner should abandon his mayoral bid.
After the greatest comeback in the history of the competition, the 2013 America's Cup comes down to one winner-take-all race today. It's on TV at 4 p.m. eastern on NBC Sports Network. You should watch, even if you have no idea how sailing works. Here's everything you need to know.
As junior miners struggle to survive a rough bear market, another challenge has emerged: Their boards are coming increasingly under attack.
Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP, a Canadian law firm well known for its mining deals, reported that the number of proxy battles has picked up dramatically in the aftermath of a fairly significant downturn in stock prices.
“There’s a lot of momentum in the mining space, especially the junior market,” says Aaron Atkinson, a partner in the Toronto office of Faskens and one of the authors of the report.
Former Hewlett-Packard Co. Chief Executive Carly Fiorina said Wednesday she is running for the Republican nomination to battle liberal stalwart Barbara Boxer for her U.S. Senate seat. Her entry into the race could present California's junior senator with her most formidable re-election challenge.» E-Mail This » Add to Del.icio.us