Pension funds allege that a cartel of big banks made it artificially expensive to hedge against interest-rate risk.
It looks like everyone will pay capital gains taxes related to the $160 billion Pfizer-Allergan merger, including Pfizer’s CEO.
No holiday cheer for investors this year.
Eight Partners will share profits with outside advisors, who will have extra incentive to donate their cut to charity.
It’s the most since 2007.
Westminster witnesses a bizarre lecture in Maoism from the party that was once home to arch-pragmatists Tony Blair and Gordon Brown.
More hints of QE from the ECB.
The Wienermobile is losing its home.