Moody's Investors Service is under investigation by the U.S. Justice Department for its actions in advance of the 2008 financial crisis, the Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday, with regulators probing why it issued favorable ratings to mortgage deals that ultimately went bust.
ExxonMobil posted earnings that easily topped expectations, though revenue fell slightly short.
The compensation fund for victims of General Motors' faulty ignition switch has determined that 51 of the claims for deceased people and about 70 for injuries are eligible for compensation, administrator Kenneth Feinberg told CNBC on Monday.
Twitter hailed the Super Bowl XLIX between the Seahawks and Patriots as 'the most tweeted @superbowl ever' with a record-breaking 28.4 million tweets.
Tottenham Hotspur handed Harry Kane a new five-and-a-half-year contract earlier today.
The John Lewis partnership has ditched its final salary pension scheme in favour of a hybrid scheme partly based on staff contributions.
Ed Balls, the shadow chancellor, has been unable to guarantee that Labour would protect university funding, as vice-chancellors warned the party’s plans to reduce the tuition fees cap would affect the standard of higher education.
The former Manchester United striker looked set to leave Cerezo Osaka.
A look at how Bolton fans reacted to Nottingham Forest appointing their former boss Dougie Freedman.
Any incoming Labour government will have to lay to rest the ghosts of Iraq which have haunted the party’s foreign policy for more than a decade.