(Reuters) - JPMorgan's (JPM) board voted to raise Chief Executive Jamie Dimon's annual compensation for 2013, a turnaround from last year when it slashed his compens ..
Japanese government calculations indicate that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe cannot meet his budget-balancing promise in coming years on the current course, suggesting he may come ..
The Bank of Japan should steer clear of further monetary easing as long as inflation expectations are on the rise, even though its 2 percent price goal is unlikely to be met i ..
WASHINGTON/MUMBAI (Reuters) - Indian drugmaker Ranbaxy Laboratories Ltd faces long delays and high costs in launching big-selling generic drugs in the United States after prod ..
Deutsche Lufthansa (LHA.DE) is seeking a temporary injunction against a one-hour strike called by German air traffic controllers for January 29, a spokesman for Germany's ..
Carl Icahn says he is prepared for a proxy fight to win two seats on the board of eBay Inc. and push the company to split off its PayPal unit. In an interview Thursday night, ..
In a series of contentious meetings, JPMorgan Chase’s board voted to give Jamie Dimon a new pay package after his pay was cut in half last year, to $11.5 million. ..
U.S. online lender Western Sky Financial LLC has agreed to pay a $1.5 million penalty and provide refunds to New York borrowers on loans for which it charged interest rates as ..
China's top lender will help bail out investors in a troubled high-yield investment scheme, local media said on Friday, in a move that risks reinforcing the view among Ch ..
When Pimco co-founder Bill Gross' heir apparent abruptly stepped down this week, the news illustrated just how reliant the company is on its star manager, an uncomfortabl ..