U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron held back from discussing the tax affairs of Google Inc. during a meeting with business leaders who included the California- based company’s executive chairman, Eric Schmidt.
The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission said its decision on when it expects to tell parties of its intent to rule on whether it is safe to allow Edison International to restart a nuclear reactor in southern California is “to be determined.”
The public school district in San Bernardino, California, plans to sell $152 million in bonds for repairs and improvements this week, its first issue since the separate city government filed for bankruptcy last year.
Sales of corporate bonds in the U.S. are surging toward the busiest May ever as borrowers race to the market before demand dries up with Bill Gross and Warren Buffett cautioning against buying debt at all-time low yields.
The California Public Employees’ Retirement System voted in favor of splitting Jamie Dimon’s dual roles as chairman and chief executive officer ahead of JPMorgan Chase & Co.’s annual shareholder meeting tomorrow.
Barbara Buono, the Democrat trying to oust New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, is so low on funds that her campaign ads don’t reach voters via television or radio. To see them, you must go to her website, Facebook or Twitter page.
The longest decline in Treasuries this year has left U.S. government debt the cheapest since March 2011 when measured by real yields and the best relative value compared with German bunds in more than two decades.