U.S. Senators Carl Levin and John McCain have urged the Justice Department to seek extradition of about 30 Swiss bankers and others who are charged with enabling offshore tax evasion and haven’t appeared in federal courts.
Sometimes it seems like not a week goes by without news of some bitcoin service getting hacked and losing everything.
Another day, another bonus bonanza at Barclays: this time, it's £32m in shares for top management.
General Motors named a new vehicle safety chief on Tuesday after CEO Mary Barra confessed “terrible things” had happened at the company and recalled another 1.5m cars amid investigations into a series of fatal crashes.
Investors pricing in a rate hike in mid-2015 could get caught off guard, former Federal Reserve Governor Robert Heller told CNBC on Wednesday.
MtGox, the defunct bitcoin exchange, has re-opened the ability to login to its site, but only to the extent of letting users see the balance in their wallets.
Warren Buffett called bitcoin a "mirage." Vance Crowe, a consultant who has been paid in bitcoin, says the Oracle of Omaha is wrong. Here's why.
Short-sellers and stock promoters have puzzled for years over who operated one of the largest penny-stock websites. A U.S. lawsuit points to a Bugatti-driving 26-year-old from Montreal.
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AstraZeneca is splashing out hundreds of millions of pounds on buying the lung drug portfolio of Japan’s Takeda and deepening its presence in China, despite the country’s recent slowdown.
For Kensington and Chelsea, read Walthamstow and Forest Gate. London’s booming housing market has created a new breed of east London property millionaire, according to a new study which reveals that more than 200 Britons a day are waking up to find their home is now worth a seven-figure sum.