A farewell letter has been found inside the house.
A former bank vice president drowned in a fast-flowing stream after going to check out the water supply to nearby houses.
High-frequency trading has been good to billionaire Ken Griffin.
Ever since waves of Indian graduates poured into Silicon Valley in Northern California in the 1970s and 1980s, talented Indians have made breakthroughs, pushed boundaries and held positions of power in the world of technology and media.
The Government could start selling down its stake in Royal Bank of Scotland this year, according to City analysts, after the taxpayer-backed lender agreed a deal with the Treasury that could lead to the return of dividend payments.
The U.S. Justice Department is investigating whether a Citigroup unit in California failed to alert the government to suspicious banking transactions along the U.S.-Mexico border that in some cases involved suspected drug-cartel members, said people familiar with the probe.
WORLDWIDE M&A, net competing bids, has increased 48% compared to YTD 2013
The struggling handset and services company BlackBerry may stop selling handsets if it cannot do so profitably, its chief executive officer John Chen says, as he looks to expand its corporate reach with investments, acquisitions and partnerships.
The US stock market showed signs of nervousness Thursday as three major indexes took a simultaneous dive, with little or no prompting from any noticeable bad news.
Societe Generale resigned as a primary dealer for U.K. government bonds, the second market maker to exit in just over three months.
Chinese authorities have arrested 21 executives from the country's largest peer-to-peer money lending platform on suspicion of stealing money from nearly a billion investors - which could make it the world's largest Ponzi scheme.
Ryanair is planning to return €800m (£609m) to its shareholders, after it unveiled a huge share buyback.