Europe's Refugee Crisis
Facebook Inc. Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg, whose wife just gave birth to a baby girl the couple have named Max, announced plans to give away 99 percent of his stock in the social network during his lifetime to advance philanthropic causes.
Chris Carr, a real estate agent in Sydney’s northwestern suburbs, has had to convince sellers to drop prices on at least six homes in the past two months to complete transactions.
Argentine Central Bank President Alejandro Vanoli said that he and his family have received threatening phone calls and that he’s made a formal complaint with public prosecutors.
Toyota Motor Corp. will supply temporary hydrogen stations to California dealerships selling its Mirai fuel-cell sedan as some buyers put off taking delivery of their cars until refueling infrastructure is set up.
Bank of Montreal surpassed its goal of earning C$1 billion ($748 million) in annual profit from U.S. banking and wealth management -- four years after Chief Executive Officer William Downe set the target.
Rupert Murdoch agreed that a rugby match is more fun than a gala. But the media tycoon did what he could to make the Hudson Institute Global Leadership Award Dinner interesting: Jerry Hall, in flats, was his date (as she was at the Rugby World Cup final, where Murdoch’s homeland of Australia lost to the Kiwis). And he chose a team to root for -- America.
Nigerian authorities arrested three former government officials, including the national security adviser to the country’s past president, who were implicated in a report that alleged billions of dollars meant to buy weapons had gone missing.
Nigeria’s Senate approved a supplementary spending plan on Tuesday for overdue fuel subsidy payments and more funds for troops fighting an Islamist insurgency in the northeast.
Volkswagen AG will recall about 323,700 cars in India after a government-ordered probe into its diesel models showed emissions exceeding permissible limits.
Another 73 companies joined a White House pledge to reduce emissions and water usage, buy renewable energy or take other climate-friendly steps as part of President Barack Obama’s effort to enlist corporate backing for his efforts to combat climate change.
Puerto Rico said it made all principal and interest bond payments due Tuesday, averting a default on directly guaranteed debt and allowing the commonwealth to continue talks with creditors to reduce its $70 billion debt burden. Greylock Capital co-CIO Diego Ferro weighs in on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
Bloomberg ‹GO› hosted by Stephanie Ruhle and David Westin. Guests include Loews Corp. President and CEO James Tisch, Merck & Co. Inc. Chairman and CEO Kenneth Frazier and U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew. (Source: Bloomberg)
As many as seven UBS Group AG traders may face sanctions from Switzerland’s financial watchdog in the coming weeks, potentially the first individuals to be punished in the global currency-rigging scandal, said two people with knowledge of the situation. Bloomberg's Keri Geiger reports on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
Societe Generale's Mike Wittner discusses OPEC's policy meeting in Vienna this week. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
Bank of America Merrill Lynch Wealth Management CIO Mary Ann Bartels discusses the U.S. economy and Fed policy. She speaks on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)