A former secretary who served a prison sentence in Britain for embezzling some $7 million from her bosses at Goldman Sachs in London has a new job, The Guardian reports.
Gulf Arab states expressed concern at a summit on Wednesday over Iran's plans to build more atomic power plants, while welcoming a nuclear deal it struck with six world powers last month.
Bayern Munich let up after taking an early 2-0 lead over Manchester City and ended up losing, 3-2, snapping a 10-game winning streak in European play.
A program called Saude Criança helps sick children and their families address the social conditions that cause illness to bring sustainable treatments.
Adriana Rodriguez, a Mexican immigrant and a mother of two, needed more cash flow after she launched a bilingual school in Austin, Tex.
Britain’s Financial Conduct Authority says that systems at the bank were “inadequate” and “seriously flawed” to manage its incentive program, which rewarded financial advisers for reaching sales goals.
Just a few months ago, President Viktor F. Yanukovich seemed to be on track to sign trade and political agreements with the European Union. His refusal to do so has led to protests.
The gay rights advocate talked about what the movement would do next after the Supreme Court overturned a lower court’s decision that had decriminalized homosexuality in India.
The Boies Schiller & Flexner law firm is poised to pay out year-end bonuses of as much as $300,000 to some of its associates, with the average young lawyer taking home an additional $85,000.
Eric T. Schneiderman, New York's attorney general, has sent letters to five carriers seeking information on why they did not support a so-called kill switch that Samsung Electronics wanted to load on its ...