By Beth Pinsker NEW YORK (Reuters) – Get a big check from a wealthy great aunt every year for your birthday? Parents buying you a car? Grandparents paying for private school tuition?
TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s Financial Services Agency (FSA) will urge corporate pension funds to demonstrate fully their ability, in its first update to a 2015 corporate governance code, a government
FRANKFURT (Reuters) – The European Central Bank will decide “on a case-by-case basis” whether to demand that more capital is set aside by banks that come up short under stress in this year’s health
(Reuters) – Colorado regulators on Monday fined Uber $8.9 million, saying the ride-services company allowed 57 people to drive for it although they lacked valid driver’s licenses or had committed
MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia’s communications regulator Roskomnadzor said on Wednesday it planned to check whether Facebook was in compliance with Russian law.
By Francois Murphy VIENNA (Reuters) – The United States is pushing U.N. nuclear inspectors to check military sites in Iran to verify it is not breaching its nuclear deal with world powers.
CAIRO (Reuters) – The head of Egypt’s railway authority, Medhat Shousha, has resigned following a train collision in Alexandria that killed at least 41 people, Transport Minister Hisham Arafat told
By Josephine Mason and Shu Zhang
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – More than two years after signing off from “The Late Show,” David Letterman is returning to television with a six-episode talk show on Netflix, and said that Pope Francis and