- Last Updated: 1:06 AM, December 1, 2012
- Posted: 12:06 AM, December 1, 2012
Igor Cornelsen, a former Brazilian banker, will pay $5.18 million to settle Securities and Exchange Commission charges of insider trading in Burger King Holdings before the fast-food chain agreed to a 2010 buyout.
Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia rose 10 percent, to $2.64, after The Post reported the firm may have a buyer for Whole Living magazine.
Microsoft will release the next version of its Xbox video-game machine in time for the 2013 holidays, according to people familiar with the company’s plans.
A federal judge ordered Paul Ceglia, a New York man who claims he has a 50 percent Facebook stake, to pay the social media site nearly $100,000 in legal and travel fees.
Ancestry.com, the world’s largest family-history website, is seeking $720 million of loans to back its buyout by Permira Advisers, according to a person with knowledge of the transaction.