The cameras and microphones that used to surround Lindsey Vonn now belong to 18-year-old Mikaela Shiffrin, who stands to make as much as $3 million in long-term endorsements as the most marketable female star of the Olympics.
Former Deutsche Bank AG executive Brian Mulligan is trying to limit what jurors hear about his admitted use of “bath salts,” a synthetic stimulant, as his claims that two Los Angeles policemen beat him go to trial.
Municipal debt tied to real-estate development is set to be the best-performing part of the $3.7 trillion state and local-bond market this year as an improving housing market boosts the securities’ earnings.
Barclays Plc, the U.K.’s second- largest lender by assets, appointed John Miller to the newly created role of head of banking for the Americas and named Paul Parker to oversee mergers and acquisitions globally.
Puerto Rico, with $70 billion in government and agency debt and its economy contracting, faces the first test of investors’ willingness to buy its long-term securities with a plan to offer bonds following a thwarted 2013 offering.
A former Deutsche Bank AG executive can take two Los Angeles policemen to trial over claims they beat him in May 2012 while he was in a neighborhood to visit a medical marijuana dispensary, a judge ruled.
Investors holding about $238 million of defaulted tax-exempt bonds used to construct parking garages at Yankee Stadium in New York are set to benefit from a planned land sale for a new soccer stadium at the site.
Investors in $3.4 billion of municipal debt backed by American Airlines parent AMR Corp. are enjoying a windfall as the bankrupt company’s merger with US Airways Group Inc. creates the world’s largest carrier.