He claims that he was terminated for his religious beliefs after complaining about Nazi imagery in a training video.
Blackstone executive Bruce Wrobel did well and wanted to do good - and that may have had tragic consequences.
With more entrepreneurs turning to crowdfunding, VCs have to work harder than ever. Some are falling behind - maybe even facing extinction.
Back in the 1990s, when doctors had all but given up on holding the American tobacco industry to account, the lawyer Michael Lewis found an ingenious way through their defences.
Morgan Stanley has announced a definitive agreement to sell its ownership stake in TransMontaigne Inc., a U.S.-based oil storage, marketing and transportation company, to NGL Energy Partners LP.
Activist investor Carl Icahn was up 31% last year.
Australia & New Zealand Banking Group (ANZ) plans to boost its capital-markets business in India and will hire bankers to increase syndicated lending and bond origination.
Credit Suisse is considering selling additional stakes in an electronic interest-rates trading unit it set up last year, according to a person briefed on the plan.
JPMorgan Asset Management has hired Christoph Von Reiche in a new position as head of Europe for its institutional business.
When the big names from business, government and central banking meet over the champagne flutes in Davos this week, the official theme is “mastering the fourth industrial revolution”.
Global oil prices will remain under pressure this week after Iran said it was ready to add half a million barrels a day to crude exports just hours after international sanctions were lifted this weekend.
A senior bitcoin developer has declared the cryptocurrency a failed experiment, blaming the end of the currency on the refusal of the community to adopt new standards which would allow it to grow consistently while maintaining stability.