BP is inaugurating Earth Day as a markedly less "green" company - highlighting how certain business realities have run headlong into the once lofty expectations surrounding alternative energy.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has announced that Acting Director George Canellos and former federal prosecutor Andrew Ceresney have been named Co-Directors of the Division of Enforcement.
Those pressing for a yes vote in next year's referendum on Scottish independence need to convince voters that the country will prosper under a new currency and macro-economic regime. This will prove difficult, not because the current system is perfect but because all options have drawbacks.
Ebay has begun lobbying millions of its users against a bill it claims will impose an unfair tax burden on small businesses.
To use a recondite term in professional film criticism: whoo-hoo! Iron Man 3 is descending on cinemas with an almighty crash, assuming the dramatic-yet-camp landing pose that Tony Stark in his exo-body-chassis favours on arrival: right knee down, right fist in the smashed asphalt, left elbow back, head up.
Thanks in part to its generous tax regime, Singapore has been a millionaire haven for years. But a new report says the tiny island state may soon overtake Switzerland as the world's largest offshore wealth hub.
Only 13 minutes had been played when Wayne Rooney lit up this title coronation.