A New Jersey judge began hearing arguments today over whether two former aides to Governor Chris Christie must comply with subpoenas by lawmakers seeking documents related to the George Washington Bridge traffic jams.
U.S. prosecutors in New York have subpoenaed records related to the business interests of David Samson, the chairman of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing people it didn’t identify.
Office landlords will gain leverage to raise rents in all but one of 43 large U.S. cities by 2016 as rising demand for space in an improving economy combines with tight supplies, Jones Lang LaSalle Inc. said today.
Thousands of Credit Suisse Group AG’s U.S. clients still don’t know whether tax authorities will learn their identities as prosecutors work to conclude a three- year probe of how the bank helped them evade taxes.
Federal agents are conducting a criminal investigation of a fired deputy chief of staff to New Jersey Governor Chris Christie over her role in deliberate traffic jams at the George Washington Bridge, her attorney said.
Bernard Winograd, a retired Prudential Financial Inc. executive who earlier helped devise the initial public offering for luxury-mall developer Taubman Centers Inc. in 1992, a milestone in the growth of real estate investment trusts, has died. He was 63.
Gold traders are setting their sights on $1,400 an ounce, a price not reached since September, as the worst standoff between the West and Russia since the end of the Cold War increases demand for the metal as a haven.
U.S. agents probing deliberate traffic jams at the George Washington Bridge called New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s former campaign chief, William Stepien, and interviewed his landlord, according to a lawyer.
The Bernard Madoff trustee, who will try to reinstate hundreds of lawsuits through an appeal to be argued March 5 in Manhattan, had his chances of success dealt a blow last week when the U.S. Supreme Court decided a case involving R. Allen Stanford’s Ponzi scheme.