When you hear that sporting events such as the recent football matches featuring Manchester United and Liverpool provide a boost to the economy, you are best to view such calls as offside.
As Pope Francis pushed his way through the crowds in Rio de Janeiro's shantytowns on Thursday, his message that next year's World Cup and the 2016 Olympics would provide jobs and alleviate poverty was greeted with some scepticism.
Halliburton has agreed to plead guilty to destroying evidence in the Deepwater Horizon disaster, the Justice Department said.
Indicting a company can be a death sentence, regardless of the firm's innocence. Take Arthur Andersen.
Commerzbank has reached an agreement with BNP Paribas on the sale of its 'Depotbank' business.
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So much for trying to look cool.
A federal grand jury indicted Steven A. Cohen's hedge fund SAC Capital Advisors on Thursday, Bloomberg News reported.
Barclays is close to a deal with regulators that would see it comply with a new regulatory leverage requirement by December next year, in a snub to former Bank of England governor Lord King, who had argued for an end-2013 deadline.
Britain's business minister has lambasted the Bank of England for 'imposing restrictions' that inhibit recovery…
Two companies heading towards flotations in London worth billions of pounds face pressure over a lack of female representation on their boards following criticism from the peer behind a drive to improve the gender balance in boardrooms.
The head of Hong Kong's stock exchange, Charles Li, recommended hiring children and acquaintances of top Chinese officials while he was Chairman at the China unit of J.P. Morgan Chase, according to a Wall Street Journal report.