Investor Warren Buffett enjoyed learning more about how his son tries to tackle world hunger, while fellow billionaire Carlos Slim studied how General Motors Co. and AT&T Inc. reinvented themselves.
When it comes to car loans, money is cheap -- historically cheap.
James “Whitey” Bulger, the former fugitive who ran a criminal gang in South Boston from the 1970s to the early 1990s, was found guilty in a racketeering and murder conspiracy by a federal court jury.
James “Whitey” Bulger, the former fugitive who ran a criminal gang in South Boston from the 1970s to the early 1990s, faces spending his life in prison after being convicted in a racketeering and murder conspiracy.
Alexza Pharmaceuticals Inc., the company that hired Lazard Ltd. a year ago to explore strategic options including selling itself, won U.S. approval of its rapid antipsychotic medicine.
Ford Motor Co. may report adjusted second-quarter profit of $1.62 billion tomorrow as Chief Executive Officer Alan Mulally ’s overhaul of the lineup lets the company charge more for new models.
Citigroup Inc.’s European head of telecommunications, media and technology banking, Bill Kennish , left the firm amid an overhaul of his team, said two people with knowledge of the discussions.
Johan Zoffany (1733-1810) is alleged to have been the only member of Britain’s Royal Academy to practice cannibalism.
Richard Landgarten is one reason Citigroup Inc. hasn’t regained its once-dominant position in the resurgent corporate lending market.
"We believe that the ability to deliver medications rapidly and non-invasively will be important for patients and the professionals who care for them."
- Thomas King on Dec 21, 2012