The investigation into the rigging of global benchmark interest rates at last yields a trial, which may also prove a measure of British controls on the finance industry.
A leftist faction in Mr. Tsipras’ party demanding a harder line in debt negotiations was narrowly defeated in committee vote.
Yahoo’s spinoff plan for its Alibaba holdings creates a nasty tax risk for shareholders.
Shake Shack’s estimated 2016 earnings now fetch a valuation multiple of 550 times, suggesting investing can be illogical.
The sale, possibly in an I.P.O., is the next step for the Dutch government to recoup the tens of billions it pumped into the bank in a bailout.
The tech industry’s venture capitalists admit to a certain amount of “frothiness” in start-up investments, but they studiously avoid another word. Bubble.
The Bermuda reinsurer said the Italian investment company Exor “effectively rejected” its offer to engage in further discussions on a competing bid.
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On July 1, a trial mutual recognition program will allow funds registered in one jurisdiction to be marketed to individual investors in the other.
Regulators in Britain are worried the sale will result in higher prices, since Reckitt also owns the Durex brand of condoms and lubricants.
The British bank is weighing a sale and other possibilities regarding its poorly performing Brazilian unit, which reported a loss of $146 million in 2014.
The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank plans to sign articles of agreement by the end of June. The targets follow a three-day meeting in Singapore.