Facebook lawsuit

Facebook Claimant Explains Why He Waited Six Years

Paul Ceglia, the man who claims he's owed an 84% stake in Facebook, has offered up an answer to the burning question of why he waited more than six years to sue. Quite simply, he forgot about the alleged contract until he went looking for assets to sell as he faced lawsuits for fraud.

Legal Briefing: Ex-Enron Chief Jeff Skilling Seeks Bail

In the wake of Supreme Court ruling that restricted the use of the "honest services" statute as a basis for fraud convictions, former Enron CEO Jeff Skilling has joined the queue of high-profile corporate convicts asking for bail pending their fraud appeals.

Facebook CEO: 'We' Did Not Sign Contract

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg on Wednesday dismissed the notion that he, or more precisely "we," ever signed a contract that could ultimately give ownership of his social networking company to New York businessman Paul Ceglia.

Daily Blogwatch: The New Gold Could be a Liquid Asset

Some of the best reads for investors from around the Web, including posts about gold, the investment that could be the next gold, the chance the a new face will own Facebook, and the world's nerdiest porn star.