A Greek heiress is fighting a legal battle in Switzerland to find out what has become of a collection of Picasso, Van Gogh, Renoir, Monet, Cezanne and Degas art that she says should be part of her inheritance.
Billionaire investor George Soros’s fight against his 2002 insider-trading conviction in France, over the sale of Societe Generale SA shares, may end tomorrow when the European Court of Human Rights rules on his appeal.
Google Inc. will clarify its global policies for advertising in addition to settling with French regulators to resolve mapping-service company Navx’s complaint the Internet-search provider unfairly removed advertisements.
Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc’s interest-rate traders were seated with one of the main rate setters in its London office to share information, and discussed rates on conference calls, a fired trader said.
Billionaire investor George Soros lost a challenge to his 2002 insider trading conviction, with the European Court of Human Rights saying French market regulations were clear enough to hold him responsible.
U.S. regulators should publish a schedule for when all Dodd-Frank Act rules will take effect to smooth a “haphazard implementation process” that is hurting the economy by perpetuating uncertainty, Representative Scott Garrett said in a letter.