Former Wells Fargo employees who say they were fired for following the law have filed a class-action lawsuit seeking $2.6 billion in damages as the fallout continues over the creation of millions of secret, unauthorized bank accounts.
The majority of chief executives at major U.K. companies are considering moving their headquarters or some operations outside Britain because of the Brexit vote and the accompanying uncertainty, a survey by accounting firm KPMG has found.
Pfizer Inc. decided not to split in two separate companies, opting against what could have been one of the biggest breakups in the drug industry's history after four years of what it called an “extensive evaluation.
Tara Lachapelle is a Bloomberg Gadfly columnist covering deals. She previously wrote an M&A column for Bloomberg News. Facebook · Twitter · Email; Print; Share.
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