Bank of America Document Leaks Allege Insurance Scams

A former seven-year Bank of America employee alleges in a series of leaked documents that a Bank of America subsidiary, Balboa Insurance, engaged in scams involving insurance policies known as force-placed insurance.

WikiLeaks' Julian Assange to Write His Memoirs

As the embattled 39-year-old Australian hacker's lawyers fight his extradition to Sweden, he'll be working on a memoir. The book will be published in the U.S. by Knopf, a division of Random House, and in the U.K. by Canongate. Admirers -- and detractors -- can't wait.

WikiLeaks Will Soon Have New Rival: OpenLeaks

WikiLeaks will soon have a rival in online whistleblowing, with a former deputy to Julian Assange launching a site called OpenLeaks. Daniel-Domscheit Berg says that OpenLeaks will be more transparent than WikiLeaks, Reuters reported.

MasterCard and Visa May Face Legal Battle Over WikiLeaks

MasterCard (MA) and Visa (V) may face a legal challenge to their decision to cut ties with WikiLeaks DataCell, a data-hosting company based in Iceland, says that the two companies%u2019 refusal to process donations to WikiLeaks are costing it revenue. DataCell had previously facilitated the donations.

PayPal Cuts Off Donations to WikiLeaks

EBay is no longer allowing donors to send WikiLeaks money through PayPal, a move that has cut off the largest source of money to the website that has been leaking confidential U.S. government documents.

WikiLeaks Jumps to Swiss Server After Cyber Attacks

WikiLeaks, the website that publishes confidential documents, jumped to a Swiss domain name after hackers attacked its American domain. The attacks prompted the American domain name provider, EveryDNS, to withdraw service, The Associated Press said.

Has WikiLeaks Rumor Made Bank of America a Buy?

When WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange asserted that his next big leak would involve documents from a major unnamed bank, investors in Bank of America got nervous and the stock has been on bumpy ride. The question now is: Have the WikiLeaks worries made BofA shares a better buy?

WikiLeaks Latest Document Dump Yields No Surprises

Despite all the media fervor over WikiLeaks massive document dump of decades of U.S. diplomatic correspondence, the leaked material hasn't revealed anything new. But while it may not harm national security, the leak could deal a serious blow to mainstream efforts to increase government transparency.

WikiLeaks to Reveal U.S. Bank Documents Next

WikiLeaks strikes again, taking aim this time at U.S. banks. The site says it plans to release tens of thousands of internal documents from a major U.S. bank early next year.

WikiLeaks and The New York Times: Why Size Matters

Why did WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange choose to share his leaked documents on the Afghanistan war with The New York Times? That's a question the paper's executives should consider as they pursue plans to erect an online pay wall next year.

WikiLeaks Documents Show Stumbling War Effort in Afghanistan

The New York Times and two European newspapers published details of classified documents on the war in Afghanistan, leaked to them by free-information website WikiLeaks. The over 90,000 reports portray a stumbling war effort in Afghanistan, with fraught relations between the United States and Pakistan over its relationship with the Taliban.