(Reuters) - The federal bankruptcy judge presiding over the liquidation of assets related to Bernard Madoff's Ponzi scheme has died, a clerk to the U.S. Bankruptcy Court ..
Nissan Motor Co Ltd expects to outpace overall growth in the U.S. automobile market, which it sees rising by 1 percent at most in 2014, as the Japanese automaker meets pent-up ..
The Guardian has found that thousands of applicants may unknowingly be without healthcare, because of problems with the Obamacare payment system. ..
Chinese-owned Swedish carmaker Volvo Car Group has returned to profit and is aiming for a bigger share of the market in the United States, its biggest market, in 2014. Chief E ..
LONDON/MILAN (Reuters) - The top managers at Italy's Monte dei Paschi di Siena (BMPS.MI) are not expected to go through with threats to resign at a board meeting on Tuesd ..
Dan Ammann, the incoming president of General Motors Co (GM), said on Monday the automaker expects the U.S. market to continue to grow modestly in 2014. "We see modest co ..
The survey, published for the first time by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, attempts to better understand the economy, labor market and household finances just as the U. ..
The IMF on Monday added Denmark, Finland, Norway and Poland to its list of countries that must have regular check-ups of their financial sectors, under an effort to prevent a ..
It's going to be hard to give the consumer discretionary sector the benefit of the doubt until the smoke clears on warnings, like the one issued by Lululemon on Monday, w ..
Deutsche Bank (DBK.DE) and Barclays (BARC.L) led European bank stocks on Monday to their highest for nearly three years after regulators watered down new rules aimed at streng ..