Morgan Stanley re-hired John Collins, a mergers-and-acquisitions banker who left the firm three years ago to join Moelis & Co., for a newly created role as global operations officer for the investment-banking division.
Jack Warner, the former FIFA vice president who quit yesterday, said he’d “die first” rather than meet with former FBI Director Louis Freeh, who’s investigating allegations of bribery within the soccer body.
Chicago teachers ended the city’s first school strike in 25 years, after union delegates quelled an outbreak of labor unrest in President Barack Obama’s hometown with seven weeks to go before the presidential election.
Bill de Blasio, the top vote-getter in New York’s Democratic mayoral primary, rallied hundreds of supporters amid reports of mounting pressure for second-place finisher William Thompson to back out of the race.
A Ferrari that competed in the 1953 Le Mans 24-hour race and another that John Lennon bought just after passing his driving test are coming up for auction as prices rise for classic models by the Italian maker.