Princeton University received nearly $300 million in rare books and manuscripts from William H. Scheide, the largest donation in the school's history.
Wood Group, the energy services firm, will cut jobs this year after becoming the latest company to slash spending following the sharp fall in the price of oil.
It was back in 1993 that the reforming fund manager Alastair Ross Goobey wrote to the chairmen of FTSE 100 companies to tell them that three-year rolling contracts for executives, guaranteeing huge payouts in the event of failure, had had their day.
For dozens of employees of this Chinese start-up, it's the Year of the Tesla rather than the Year of the Sheep.
Singapore's economy grew at a much faster pace than earlier thought in the fourth quarter, after the performance of both manufacturing and services sectors were revised upwards, data on Tuesday showed.
Tesco has named John Allan, chairman of housebuilder Barratt Developments and card processor Worldpay, as its new chairman, completing a sweeping overhaul at the top of Britain’s biggest retailer.
Wells Fargo and its employees take pride in diversity.
Barclays Africa’s corporate and investment banking unit has approached Nigerian authorities for approval to convert its representative office to a fully fledged business in the continent’s biggest economy.
Citi's Board of Directors has announced that it has elected Peter Blair Henry as a new independent director, with his service commencing July 1, 2015.
In another sign the IPO market may be recovering, the largest online provider of spot commodity trading services in China began trading Wednesday.
Boardroom executives of at least five major companies are braced for rows over pay and succession planning when they hold their annual general meetings, at a time of renewed shareholder focus on directors’ pay .
Lord Myners, the man who fought off Sir Philip Green’s bid for Marks & Spencer, has filed 11 questions in the House of Lords calling on the government to investigate the demise of BHS.