By Burt Helm NEW YORK (Reuters) – When Henry “Hank” Paulson, Jr. finished his tenure as the U.S.’
President Trump is set to make a brief return to Washington amid his 17 day working vacation.
By Rania El Gamal, Katie Paul and Alex Lawler
By Rodrigo Campos
Democratic Congressman Gregory Meeks of New York is being accused of paying nearly $200,000 in campaign funds to a company owned by his Chief of Staff’s wife. Patsy Simmons is the Treasurer for Congressman Meeks’ Campaign Committee with the payments not going directly to her, but instead to her company Einna.
(Reuters) – World number one Andy Murray will not compete in the Cincinnati Masters next week due to an ongoing hip injury, but hopes to play at the U.S.
By Jarrett Renshaw and Chris Prentice
By Jill Serjeant BEVERLY HILLS, Calif.
PARIS (Reuters) – French luxury goods group Kering has dropped a lawsuit filed in New York against Alibaba and Alipay and agreed instead to co-operate with the two companies to