Gerry Anderson, best known as the creator of Thunderbirds, has died at the age of 83. The film and television producer, whose credits also included the puppet shows Captain Scarlet and Joe 90 had suffered for several years with mixed dementia and died in his sleep, his son announced on Wednesday.
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Sir Alex Ferguson praised "a championship performance" by Manchester United after they came from behind three times to beat Newcastle United 4-3 thanks to Javier Hernández's 90th-minute winner on the same day their title rivals Manchester City lost at Sunderland.
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Fees for advising on mergers, share listings and bond issues have fallen again in 2012, forcing investment banks to cut jobs and start overhauling business models they had stuck by in times of crisis over the past decade.
The recent rash of insider trading cases may be a shock to some on Wall Street, but not to one long-time market player: Bernie Madoff.
Last year, UBS began exploring moving back to Manhattan from Stamford, Connecticut, where more than a decade ago the Zurich-based bank had consolidated U.S. operations and moved thousands of employees.
Tal Keinan, an Israeli fund manager, was ready for the question he’s always asked when he met with investors in New York in October: Why put your money with a manager whose country Iran has threatened to obliterate.
Facebook's privacy settings can be confusing, just ask Mark Zuckerberg's sister, Randi Zuckberberg.
Pimco CEO Mohamed A. El-Erian has been named chairman of President Barack Obama's Global Development Council, which was created to help boost global development.