India's state-owned UCO Bank said it has exposure of $411.8 million in the nearly $2 billion bank fraud perpetrated against Punjab National Bank, a case linked to billionaire jeweler Nirav Modi.
Rural church towers won't just be a source of inspiration under a deal between U.K. government and the Church of England, many will also help you get a wifi connection.
Spare a thought for British farmers after the country's exit from the European Union.
Tropical Cyclone Kelvin is crossing the Kimberley coast in Australia's northwest with destructive winds likely near the center over the next few hours as the storm moves inland, according to the Bureau of Meteorology.
Only about 10 percent to 15 percent of investors took advantage of the recent market pullback to boost their equity allocations or put cash to work, according to UBS Group AG.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May proposed keeping Britain in total alignment with the European Union's data-sharing rules after Brexit, something that would allow both intelligence agencies and business to continue to share information across borders.
China said proposed U.S. tariffs on imported steel and aluminum products are groundless and that it reserves the right to retaliate if they are imposed.
Two U.S. supermarket chains are readying bankruptcy filings, according to people with knowledge of the matter, a sign of the mounting pressures in the grocery industry.
The Philippines has invited Jack Ma and his Alibaba Group to partner President Rodrigo Duterte in helping to improve technology for governance and to assist in building an inclusive financial system that would aid small businesses, Finance Secretary Carlo
The U.S. special counsel rejected Paul Manafort's proposed new bail package, in part because of alleged additional criminal conduct that the U.S. has learned since the initial terms were set.
Internet companies have a long way to go before they're capable of stopping any foreign meddling in future U.S. elections.
Mexico City (AP) -- A powerful earthquake shook south and central Mexico Friday, causing people to flee buildings and office towers in the country's capital, and setting off quake alert systems.
Former Venezuelan oil minister Rafael Ramirez, already accused of corruption by his own country, now faces a lawsuit from a Houston energy firm alleging that it lost almost half a billion dollars over its refusal to pay bribes for contracts.
Trump Park Avenue sued a Saudi royal for not paying more than $1.8 million in rent on a penthouse in the Upper East Side tower over the past year.
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Steven Cohen's Point72 Asset Management LP is trying to hide its misconduct from public scrutiny by attempting to force an associate director's gender bias suit into arbitration, the woman suing the firm said in a court filing Friday.
Canada's industrial real estate sector is as hot as it's ever been and the legalization of recreational pot will only add to the demand.
The cure for ailing hospital stocks may be short-lived.
Fuel hedging hasn't translated into lower jet fuel prices for some of the biggest U.S. airlines, even after crude oil rose 17 percent in the fourth quarter.
Google's firing of an engineer over his controversial memo criticizing its diversity policies and "politically correct monoculture" didn't violate U.S. labor law, a federal agency lawyer concluded.