San Francisco’s tallest building will be named for Salesforce.com Inc. after the company said it would occupy more than half of the tower’s office space in a deal that sets a record for the city’s commercial rents.
Former Connecticut Governor John Rowland, who served 10 months in federal prison after pleading guilty to corruption in 2004, was indicted on charges of concealing that he was a paid consultant for two election campaigns.
Former Jefferies & Co. Managing Director Jesse Litvak asked a judge to throw out his conviction in the only criminal case against an individual in connection with a U.S. program that used bailout funds to spur investment in mortgage-backed securities.
Comcast Corp., the nation’s largest U.S. cable company, told regulators it can offer advanced video services and spread high-speed Internet service without harming competition if it’s allowed to buy No. 2 Time Warner Cable Inc.