The next executive director of the National Basketball Players Association may be a woman.
BB&T Corp., the ninth-largest U.S. bank, had been fighting with Higher Ground Empowerment Center over a bad loan for more than three years when Occupy Atlanta weighed in for the church this month.
German stocks slipped in the last trading day of 2013 after the benchmark DAX Index reached an all-time high last week.
A number of former New Zealand cricketers are under investigation for match fixing, the International Cricket Council said.
Nvidia Corp., a maker of computer- graphics processors, named Cisco Systems Inc. executive Colette Kress as chief financial officer, filling a vacant post.
Stockton, California, Police Chief Tom Morris was supposed to bring stability to law enforcement when he was appointed to the job four years ago.
New Zealand cricketer Jesse Ryder is in a critical condition in a Christchurch hospital after he was attacked outside a bar.
Bank of America Corp. and a group of investors that reached an $8.5 billion mortgage-bond settlement with the bank won their bid to remove the case from a federal judge and return it to state court.
Starting tomorrow, about 30,000 people a day will jam themselves onto 13-square-mile Kiawah Island and squeeze down a two-lane road to watch the world’s best golfers compete in the final major tournament of the year.
BB&T Corp. is evaluating how a court setback for Bank of New York Mellon Corp. on foreign-tax credits will affect BB&T’s chances for getting a refund in a separate $892 million U.S. tax dispute.
"We are all shocked by what has occurred and extremely concerned for Jesse."
- David White on Mar 27, 2013