FRANKFURT/MUNICH (Reuters) - Germany's powerful IG Metall labour union warned that it may call on workers at EADS (EAD.PA) to take further industrial action to protest th ..
The woman set to police Europe's banks has spent much of her 40-year career rising through the ranks of French financial supervision, once a bastion of male domination. Danièl ..
The message is sinking in - economies of the rich world face super-easy money far into the future and central banks are now convinced it's the least of all policy evils. ..
CHATHAM, N.J./LOS ANGELES/WHITE PLAINS, NY (Reuters) - The 2013 holiday shopping season may end up being remembered for its ugly sweaters and, for many retailers, even uglier ..
Tokyo Electric Power Co , operator of the wrecked Fukushima nuclear plant, expects to make recurring profit of between $1.5 billion and $2 billion annually for a 10-year perio ..
LONDON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - The U.S. Federal Reserve was pressing JPMorgan Chase & Co (JPM) to distance itself from its metals warehousing business more than a year ago, d ..
(Reuters) - A California federal judge has ordered Hewlett-Packard Co and Chief Executive Meg Whitman to defend a securities shareholder class action that claims they knew sta ..
Jon Horvath, who was a technology stock analyst at SAC Capital Advisors, pleaded guilty to insider trading and is testifying at the trial of his boss, Michael Steinberg. ..
Wall Street and private equity firms and hedge funds have grown frustrated by low returns on other forms of debt and turned instead to riskier but more lucrative bets on ever- ..
Rules proposed Tuesday could at once help to curb the explosion in political spending by nonprofit groups, such as conservative heavyweight Crossroads GPS and the liberal Prio ..