The proposed common corporate tax base for companies operating in the European Union is intended to reduce tax avoidance.
Orders for durable goods declined at a seasonally adjusted 0.5% in April, but excluding the transportation sector the numbers showed signs of life.
Deutsche Bank settles one of the last remaining cases from the financial crisis, which involved the valuation of credit default swaps.
The $195-per-share offer is a 14% premium to Time Warner's closing price last Friday, and a 24% premium to Time Warner's undisturbed share price a…
The DoD's office of the inspector general found documentation gaps and inaccuracies in an external audit of the Marine Corps but approved it anyway.
The $12.7 billion deal will boost the drug store chain's business of providing prescription services to senior-living facilties.
Stock exchange's private market arm will record transactions into the "blockchain," using Bitcoin tokens.
Cybersecurity expert says the hack was a "great way" to obtain users' passwords and email addresses.
Plea agreements resolve U.S. allegations that the banks manipulated foreign currency exchange and interest rates.
U.S. corporations and listed companies would do well to redouble their efforts to comply with the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.