If a gaffe, in the famous formulation of journalist Michael Kinsley, can be best described as when someone accidentally admits the truth, then hedge fund star Paul Tudor Jones made a doozy of one at an off-the-record chat hosted by the University of Virginia last month.
A friend told me today that he never votes, as it’s a waste of time. This is my response.
By Mel Sangster, Senior Associate in the employment team at national law firm Dundas & Wilson.
A large majority of companies are ill-prepared for a terrorist attack, according to a poll of more than 600 British business leaders published .
Federal prosecutors in New York have accused a Costa Rica-based company and its founder of running a $6bn money-laundering scheme that became a "bank of choice for the criminal underworld".
Germany's insistence on keeping wage growth in check has given the country an unfair competitive advantage vis-à-vis its euro zone peers and is preventing troubled countries from returning to growth, a new study argues.
The French central bank chief urged President Hollande and his government to stop hiking taxes and to cut government spending. His comments on Tuesday echoed ratings agency Standard & Poor's calls for France to make budget cuts to prevent a downgrade.
A supermarket worker has been suspended for wearing a Help for Heroes badge in tribute to Drummer Lee Rigby who was killed in Woolwich last week.
A coin with a mysterious past, known as the Walton nickel, was estimated to bring $2.5 million at auction.
Corporate governance heavyweight Hermes has lashed out at what it calls the “high” level of pay at Deutsche Bank.
Global stock markets are headed for their weakest quarterly performance in four years after a torrid summer that saw investor sentiment rocked by developments in the world's two largest economies.
Rising global interest rates could prompt a new credit crunch in emerging markets, as businesses that have ridden the wave of cheap money to load up on debt are pushed into crisis, the International Monetary Fund has warned.
George Osborne gets an opportunity to sell off another chunk of shares in RBS at the end of this month when the 90-day period from the last – and first – sell-down ends.