Millions of people may have been affected by an attack that caused disruption and a slowdown of the Internet, according to a not-for-profit anti-spam organization that blacklisted a Dutch Web-hosting company.
Bloomberg’s Robert Friedman reports on an Italian bank that tried to hide its losses and the subsequent derivatives deals to facilitate this fraud.
Brian Moynihan, who endured record losses and public thrashings while cleaning up Bank of America's mortgage mess, said he wouldn’t mind being CEO the bank forever.
Francine Lacqua reports on Wednesday's top news headlines on Bloomberg Television's 'On The Move'.
Eden Hazard scored Belgium's winner last night with another player employed by Chelsea playing a key part.
Jailed Ponzi schemer Bernard Madoff plans to amplify his contention, possibly in testimony before Congress, that the big banks he did business with – J.P. Morgan Chase, Bank of New York Mellon, Citigroup and HSBC Group, among others – knew what he was up to.
Arsenal’s Nacho Monreal produced a superb piece of skill to setup Spain’s only goal last night against France.
Steven Cohen, owner of SAC Capital Advisors, has bought Pablo Picasso’s 'Le Reve' for $155m from casino owner Steve Wynn, a person familiar with the transaction said.
Don’t mess with Liverpool’s Luis Suarez when it comes to corners because he’ll quite literally thump you for your trouble.
Mark Crumpton reports on the Tuesday's top headlines.