New York-area residents head into their first full week of commuting since superstorm Sandy crippled the biggest U.S. mass-transit network, even as a new storm threatens a fresh set of disruptions to daily routines.
Apple paid less than 2% tax on profit made outside the United States last year.
Here's the memo UBS Investment Bank CEO Andrea Orcel has sent to staff outlining the new orgainsational structure at the firm.
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) reported better-than-expected operating profits Friday, but its finance director admitted that it and other U.K. banks are still paying the bill for sins committed before the credit crisis.
HSBC has reported profit that missed analysts’ estimates and made an $800m provision for penalties from a U.S. money-laundering investigation.
Standard & Poor’s misled investors by giving its highest credit grade to securities whose value plunged during the global financial crisis, an Australian judge ruled. The ratings company said it will appeal.
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Goldman Sachs has announced that the firm and Goldman Sachs Gives will donate $5m to Hurricane Sandy clean up and recovery efforts, and the firm will provide $5m in loans to small businesses impacted by Hurricane Sandy.
Britain's oldest man has attributed reaching his 110st birthday to a combination of idleness and drinking a mysterious potion as a boy.
Sports Direct has promoted an insider to be acting finance officer in an attempt to quell shareholder complaints that its billionaire founder Mike Ashley has too much power.
The former co-chief executive of UBS’s investment bank attended a meeting at the Swiss bank when plans to manipulate Libor were discussed, Southwark crown court in London has heard.
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