The beverage company sold 8.5 billion euros worth of bonds, the largest ever by a U.S. issuer.
Shareholder Standard General has the lead bid, and a bankruptcy court has approved its use of "credit-bidding" to buy some of RadioShack's stores.
New York's Benjamin Lawsky plans to turn up the heat on banks through random audits and targeted assessments of cyber-security preparedness.
The CFO of Achieve Financial Credit Union had a fake bomb strapped to his chest during an attempted armed robbery of the financial institution.
A study of the effects of high-frequency trading on U.K. stock prices claims to show that HFT firms make for a more efficient market.
"We’re still on a journey to simplify the firm. I don’t rule out that we might make more disposals,” says CEO Stuart Gulliver.
Women are more likely to have to put their personal credit at risk and they have less access to trade credit than male business owners, says Experian.
A new compromise deal to extend the euro zone bailout is approved by European finance ministers.
CFO Marianne Lake says the bank has to reduce exposure to some large, uninsured deposits in a response to new liquidity ratio requirements.
The SEC is once again concerned with how to increase liquidity for micro- and small-cap companies' securities.