The creditors’ committee for old General Motors Corp. will face off in bankruptcy court on Oct. 21 against the U.S. Treasury Department over the question of who is entitled to the fruits of $1.5 billion in lawsuits that the committee intends to bring.
Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd. ’s top Japan executive was found alive and conscious after spending the night in the snow at a ski resort in Niigata prefecture, northwest of Tokyo, a police official said.
Live Nation Entertainment Inc., the world’s biggest concert promoter since its merger with Ticketmaster Entertainment Inc., is scheduled to get a second U.K. antitrust ruling on the deal as early as next week.
Britain’s antitrust regulator said it will decide this month whether to open a probe into market dominance by the “Big Four” accounting firms, focusing on bank loans that force borrowers to use the largest auditors.
News Corp. doubts it will get a fair hearing from the U.K. government over the planned acquisition of British Sky Broadcasting Group Plc after Business Secretary Vince Cable reportedly “declared war” on Chairman Rupert Murdoch .
U.K. Business Secretary Vince Cable was stripped of authority of media and telecommunications policy and barred from a role in Rupert Murdoch ’s proposed takeover of British Sky Broadcasting Group Plc after he was quoted as saying he had “declared war” on Murdoch.