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Former Goldman Banker in Plea Talks Over Malaysian 1MDB Scandal

Former Goldman Banker in Plea Talks Over Malaysian 1MDB Scandal

A former Goldman Sachs banker is talking with U.S. prosecutors about potentially pleading guilty to charges stemming from alleged fraud at a Malaysian state investment fund, people familiar with the matter say.

Published 3 months ago

‘Big four’ paid millions to advise Brussels on tax policy

‘Big four’ paid millions to advise Brussels on tax policy

European Commission contracts fuel concerns over accounting firms’ conflicts of interest

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Starbucks to Eliminate Plastic Straws by 2020

Starbucks to Eliminate Plastic Straws by 2020

Starbucks Coffee plans to phase out single-use plastic straws from its more than 28,000 company-operated and licensed stores by 2020 in an effort to reduce its global waste footprint.

Published 3 months ago

Former Goldman Banker in Plea Talks Over Malaysian 1MDB Scandal

Former Goldman Banker in Plea Talks Over Malaysian 1MDB Scandal

A former Goldman Sachs banker is talking with U.S. prosecutors about potentially pleading guilty to charges stemming from alleged fraud at a Malaysian state investment fund, people familiar with the matter say.

Published 3 months ago

Smucker Dumps Pillsbury Doughboy

Smucker Dumps Pillsbury Doughboy

J.M. Smucker is selling its U.S. baking business to a private-equity firm for $375 million, including debt, mirroring moves by other food companies to divest decades-old brands whose sales are in decline because of changing consumer tastes.

Published 3 months ago

Erdogan names son-in-law to lead Turkey’s finance ministry

Erdogan names son-in-law to lead Turkey’s finance ministry

Berat Albayrak role unlikely to be welcomed by investors anxious over economy

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Nothing can stand between Ukraine and its European ambitions

Nothing can stand between Ukraine and its European ambitions

The price of Russian aggression must be seen to be high

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Draghi delivers bullish assessment of eurozone economic prospects

Draghi delivers bullish assessment of eurozone economic prospects

ECB chief confident that strategy measures are boosting growth and inflation

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EU reacts with dismay to British Brexit chaos

EU reacts with dismay to British Brexit chaos

Officials stress difficulty of agreeing deal by October and warn of mounting uncertainty

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Theresa May now faces the second Battle of Brexit

Theresa May now faces the second Battle of Brexit

The resignations of Johnson and Davis leave government fighting for an exit plan

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Theresa May weathers initial tumult after Boris Johnson resigns

Theresa May weathers initial tumult after Boris Johnson resigns

Parliamentary support for Brexit plan narrows as ministers move to backbenches

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British minister blames Russia for death of woman

British minister blames Russia for death of woman

Defence secretary Gavin Williamson accuses Moscow

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Lawmakers Press Alphabet and Apple on Smartphone Users’ Privacy

Lawmakers Press Alphabet and Apple on Smartphone Users’ Privacy

House lawmakers sent letters Monday to the CEOs of Apple and Google parent Alphabet, seeking information about how they handle smartphone users’ personal data such as location information.

Published 3 months ago

Boris Johnson Quits as U.K. Foreign Secretary Amid Brexit Turmoil

Boris Johnson Quits as U.K. Foreign Secretary Amid Brexit Turmoil

U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May was battling to overcome her biggest crisis since she lost her parliamentary majority in last year’s general election after Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson resigned.

Published 3 months ago

Dow Industrials on Pace for Best Day in a Month

Dow Industrials on Pace for Best Day in a Month

The Dow Jones Industrial Average headed toward its best day in a month Monday as investors focused on a strong jobs report from late last week and the coming earnings season, despite heightened trade tensions.

Published 3 months ago