A doctor in New York City who was recently treating Ebola patients in Guinea has himself tested positive for the virus.
Mark Zuckerberg impressed audiences in Tsinghua University, Beijing, on Wednesday by talking and answering questions in Mandarin, which the entrepreneur has been learning for the past four years.
Did you know that how your handwriting can reveal more than 5,000 personality traits?
Goldman Sachs on Wednesday attacked expert evidence offered by attorneys for former female employees in a U.S. federal sex discrimination lawsuit, arguing there was no pattern of gender-based pay and promotion disparities at the firm.
Several executives at J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. in New York were warned of potential problems related to the bank’s hiring practices in China more than a year before the program came under scrutiny by the U.S. government, according to people familiar with the matter and documents reviewed by The Wall Street Journal.
Big name investors like Dan Loeb and David Einhorn helped raise $6 million to fight poverty at a charity event in New York City.
In the latest chapter of what is shaping up to be a particularly ugly billionaire divorce, Chicago hedge-fund manager Ken Griffin has challenged his estranged wife's claims on his private planes, real estate, and credit cards, arguing that the mother of his three children has $50 million in personal wealth herself and that he won't continue supporting Anne Dias Griffin in "whatever lifestyle she chooses."
Credit Suisse on Thursday reported third-quarter net profit above analyst forecasts as investment banking revenue rose.
The most highly qualified female business graduates lack the ambition of male counterparts in sectors such as engineering, manufacturing and natural resources, new research suggests.
Christian Clausen, president of the European Banking Federation, said regulators need to rethink an approach he warned will bury the industry under a mountain of rules with little coherence.
BNY Mellon appointed Piers Murray as chief operating officer to its markets business.
Nomura held a training session after a former Jefferies & Co. managing director was indicted for fraud and encouraged its traders not to lie - but that didn’t stop the fibbing to customers about bond prices, according to U.S. prosecutors.