Sen. Bernie Sanders in an op-ed called for an annual audit of the U.S. central bank and for fewer conflicts of interest among its board members.
Global mergers and acquisitions activity topped $4.75 trillion this year, with more than 37,000 deals announced so far.
It's Uber versus the rest of the world as competitors seek ways to consolidate their positions in markets from Los Angeles to Beijing.
New legislation authorizes curfews and warrantless arrests in declared "security zones."
Prime Minister Najib Razak was expected to make a statement to the anti-graft agency later Thursday over what could be the country's biggest corruption scandal.
KKR & Co., Thoma Bravo and Vista Equity Partners Management are competing for $4 billion worth of Dell Inc.'s assets, people familiar with the matter said.
The euro dropped below $1.06 Thursday, as the European Central Bank is expected to lower interest rates further.
Bankers from Goldman Sachs leave for Uber as the tech world scopes Wall Street for new hires. Fred Katayama reports.
For the first time, executives at major banks are under investigation for criminal wrongdoing during the subprime mortgage crisis.
If the Federal Reserve botches its rate hike, money will flee emerging markets, endangering companies that borrowed in dollars and curbing economic growth.
The move signals the end of an era that saw investors flock to Brazil, Russia, India and China, which were expected to shape a new economic world order.
The Sydney-based company, valued at $3.3 billion, has earned a reputation for funding its growth with its profitability -- a novel approach in the fast-growing tech industry.
The blue chip financial firm will overhaul some of its policies as it, like others, faces high attrition rates among the junior cadre.
The move comes as Chinese insurers seek to invest abroad amid sluggish economic growth across several sectors back home.
Goldman Sachs is the sixth foreign company to exit the Indian mutual funds market since 2013.
The firm reported a net income of $1.02 billion, or 48 cents a share, in the third quarter. Analysts had expected earnings of 62 cents a share.