SYDNEY (Reuters) - Asian markets were mostly under water on Thursday as persistent speculation about the fate of U.S. stimulus lifted bond yields globally, while Japanese shares struggled to find their footing after a spill.
(Updates with fake DTC reports in 19th paragraph.) Dec. 4 (Bloomberg) -- Bernard Madoff's deputies made fake paperwork showing trading losses to save $1.7 million owed to an investor who died with �too much money� in his account even as the firm was ...
FILE - In this Wednesday, Oct. 23, 2013, file photo, container ships wait to be off loaded in a thick fog in Oakland, Calif. The government reports on the U.S.
Carl Icahn, the billionaire investor, has stepped up his campaign to get Apple to return more cash to shareholders by tabling a proposal for the company to buy back $50bn-worth of stock.
ROY, Wash. - Emergency crews have recovered the body of a feed mill worker who had been buried under tons of spilled corn at a collapsed grain silo in Roy, Wash.