By Michelle Price WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The bargaining positions have shifted for financial firms in the crosshairs of the U.S.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) – A Belgian judge made no ruling on Friday on a European arrest warrant issued by Spain for ousted Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont, his lawyer said after a court hearing in
ZURICH (Reuters) – Swiss financial markets authority FINMA has found that the Swiss subsidiary of U.S. investment bank JPMorgan broke anti-money laundering rules, a Swiss court document showed
By Enrique Andres Pretel
MILAN (Reuters) – Silvio Berlusconi need no longer pay his ex-wife 1.4 million euros ($1.7 million) a month, an Italian court said on Thursday, ruling the former prime minister had been unfairly
PRAGUE (Reuters) – Czech police have ended their investigation into a knife attack on twice Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova last year that forced her off the court for five months this season.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) – National Australia Bank (NAB) said on Thursday it had fired 20 bankers and reprimanded dozens more for submitting home-loan applications that had inaccurate or incomplete
(Reuters) – Harvey Weinstein and the movie company he co-founded, The Weinstein Company, were sued in California state court on Tuesday by an anonymous actress who said she was raped by the movie
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) – Swedish prosecutors accused Democratic Republic of Congo’s government on Wednesday of not cooperating with their investigation into the murder of a U.N. sanctions monitor from