Switzerland will consider allowing its banks to exchange client data automatically in concert with other major financial centers around the world as governments crack down on tax evasion, Finance Minister Eveline Widmer- Schlumpf said.
Hiking along the Kokoda Trail in remote eastern Papua New Guinea last summer, Denis O’Brien discovered he didn’t have a mobile phone signal. The sturdily built Irish telecommunications tycoon knew how to fix that. He stormed into the local office of Digicel Group Ltd., the wireless operator he’d founded in 2001, and demanded that extra phone towers be erected along the route.
Chris Christie stopped short of promising to finish his second term as New Jersey governor, argued that President Barack Obama lied to Americans about health care insurance and said fat jokes don’t bother him.
Chris Christie stopped short of promising to complete his second term as New Jersey governor, argued that President Barack Obama lied to Americans about health care insurance and said fat jokes don’t bother him.
Oncologist Bhawna Sirohi hurries to the front of a packed seminar room at Mumbai’s Tata Memorial Hospital on a Thursday afternoon in April. Cramming this meeting into her 12-hour workday, she greets more than three dozen breast cancer patients united by the bright scarves covering their bald heads.
Senator Charles Schumer endorsed Hillary Clinton for the Democratic presidential nomination in an Iowa speech yesterday, more than two years before the state hosts the country’s first presidential caucuses.
Hillary Clinton’s re-emergence on the national scene to address major policy issues and campaign for political allies is casting a shadow over her party’s still- unformed 2016 presidential field -- and risking her own prime spot at its pinnacle.
Governor Chris Christie buttressed his profile as a different kind of Republican with potentially broad appeal in a race for the White House by ending a legal effort to stop same-sex marriages in New Jersey.