A New York man was pushed to his death in front of a subway train at a station in the borough of Queens in the second such fatality this month, according to police.
Royal Bank of Scotland has won dismissal of a lawsuit filed by Seoul-based Woori Bank over losses from investments in collateralized debt obligations tied to the housing market.
Citigroup and Bank of America's Merrill Lynch are among five firms that will pay $4.48m to settle regulatory claims they used funds from municipal and state bond deals to pay lobbyists.
Initial public offerings in 2012 slumped to the lowest level since the financial crisis as signs of an economic slowdown and Facebook Inc.’s (FB) disappointing debut curbed demand and prompted companies to push back sales.
Hewlett-Packard said the Justice Department has notified the firm that it has opened an investigation into Autonomy.
Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner on Wednesday notified Congress that the U.S. is going to hit the debt ceiling on New Year's Eve.
Three billionaire oligarchs who founded the controversial FTSE 100 miner Eurasian Natural Resources Corporation are being personally sued for $27m (£17m) by their former corporate finance adviser.
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Thomas Joyce, the CEO of Knight Capital Group, is poised to collect a $7.5m retention payment tied to Getco LLC’s acquisition of the market-making firm, according to a government filing.
The eurozone’s three biggest countries have raised the stakes in next Sunday’s Greek referendum with an orchestrated warning to voters that a “No” vote would mean exit from the single currency and the return of the drachma.
Men are more likely to work longer hours at work, but women are more likely to complain about it.
Deutsche Bank is considering cutting about 100 jobs in Russia as the country’s economic slump brings dealmaking to a halt, according to people with knowledge of the plan.