Davos, the spiritual home of globalization, is having to defend its vision.
Here's today's look at some of the top stories on markets and politics in Europe.
Switzerland’s largest federal court told the nation’s tax authority not to disclose data about the bank account of a client of Julius Baer Group Ltd. to the U.S., after the Internal Revenue Service made an invalid request.
When seeing a doctor, ballet dancer Iris Inderbitzin wants to be able to speak her local dialect. With more than 284,000 Germans living in Switzerland, that at times can be a challenge.
Swiss authorities are urging banks to quash their doubts and enter a U.S. voluntary disclosure program aimed at uncovering American tax evaders.
Walter Kielholz’s career is a tale of how to survive in Swiss finance: be a bit of a politician, a bit of an opportunist and don’t show off.
UBS AG, Switzerland’s biggest bank, said Ulrich Koerner will become the head of global asset management in 2014 as John Fraser retires.
When HSBC Holdings Plc’s economists from around the world recently pooled their forecasts, virtually all had a similar source of growth in mind for the region they monitored: exports.
China may let its currency appreciate by the time of a Group of 20 meeting in late June, Japanese Vice Finance Minister Rintaro Tamaki said.
Ethical Coffee Co. said it will appeal a ruling by a court in the Swiss canton of Vaud upholding a nationwide injunction against sales of the company’s capsules that that fit in Nespresso machines.