FIFA chief’s right-hand man reportedly transferred $10 million to accounts controlled by indicted official.
HSBC must face US lawsuits over $34 billion mortgage debt losses.
Google says 21 percent of tech hires in 2014 were women.
A Chinese cruise ship carrying hundreds of elderly tourists has sunk in the Yangtze River.
Mylan says Teva’s stake buy violates U.S. anti-trust rules.
Head of T.S.A. is out after airport screening tests reveal flaws.
Chinese travel platform Qunar raises $500 million in Silver Lake-led round and turns down Ctrip acquisition offer.
The global tax system is broken, says Nobel prize winner
Apple TV service, still held up over content rights squabbles, won’t launch this quarter.
Caitlyn Jenner beats Obama’s record for reaching one million Twitter followers.
First Atlantic draws $160 million to support existing portfolio.
OpenGate gets sued for alleged WARN Act violations.
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