YouTube's come a long way.
Former Microsoft chief executive Steve Ballmer announced Tuesday that he is stepping down from the company’s board after 14 years.
Nick Clegg was facing a row on Tuesday night after the Liberal Democrats decided to re-admit Lord Rennard – the man who masterminded the party's byelection victories in the 1990s – as it dropped disciplinary proceedings relating to allegations of inappropriate behaviour towards women.
Scottish business will "just get on with it" whatever its people decide on independence, according to Ayrshire-born tycoon Sir Tom Hunter who is backing a fund to support entrepreneurial start-ups.
Atlantic City's Revel casino, which announced earlier this month that it will soon shutter, lost more than $20,000 in cash when the money fell off the roof of an armored truck, according to a report from Press of Atlantic City.
Former Chelsea striker Tony Cascarino believes Petr Cech is too good to be Thibaut Courtois' understudy and should look to leave Stamford Bridge before the close of the transfer window.
Standard Chartered Bank has agreed to pay $300 million and enact several business changes because of anti-money laundering compliance failures.
Google's C-suite has a lot of money, and it enjoys spending it.
More billionaires have been born in New York City than in any other city in the world, according new research by U.K.-based luxury magazine Spear's and research company WealthInsight.
September 16 2008 was the day central banks stopped being boring. The day Lehman Brothers went down was the cut-off point between conventional monetary policy – moving official interest rates in baby steps to keep inflation low – and unconventional monetary policy.