Bloomberg's Daniel Lester reports on the expansion in McLaren Group's road car venture and the man who leads the business, Chairman Ron Dennis.
John Paulson’s $37bn hedge fund Paulson & Co. sold its entire stake in Sino-Forest Corp., the Chinese tree-plantation owner accused of overstating timber holdings, dealing investors a potential C$705 million ($720 million) loss.
Winifred Jiau, a former consultant with expert networking firm Primary Global Research LLC, was convicted in the third trial to result from a U.S. government crackdown on insider trading tied to hedge funds.
Defending Wimbledon champion Serena Williams discusses her return to tennis after injury.
Here Is The City blogger Nafees Mahmud interviews Geraint Anderson (aka 'CityBoy') about his experiences in the Square Mile, his first book and his latest novel - Just Business.
Helicopters can hover, hop and reverse in the air. Now they're trying a new trick: speed.
This five-story townhouse looks conventional from the outside, but the living room on the first floor feature a very rare amenity for a Manhattan home - an indoor swimming pool.
Thomas Brown, chief executive officer of Second Curve Capital LLC and a Bloomberg contributing editor, talks about the outlook for consolidation in the U.S. banking industry, lending activity and capital standards.
Brian T. Moynihan, chief executive officer of Bank of America Corp., talks about U.S. financial regulation and the potential impact of excessive capital surcharges on the largest banks on the industry.
Jim O'Neill, chairman of Goldman Sachs Asset Management, discusses the risk of contagion from the Greek debt crisis.