Call it the smell test. When Google justifies paying minimal taxes in the UK because "no money changes hands" here, while admitting that up to 70% of its relevant ad revenues are handled by UK staff, then all may be legal - but something still doesn't smell right.
The announcement comes shortly after a scandal at the financial data services company in which reporters were given access to terminal customers' data.
A number of Wall Street firms are hoping to cut back on at least some of the popular features offered by Bloomberg LP - moves that could crimp the data distributor's bottom line.
Macquarie cut its forecast for prices of all the major agricultural commodities bar cotton - but particularly for corn and wheat, for which it foresaw prices tumbling to levels rarely seen since 2010.
SolarCity, a San Mateo solar-energy developer chaired by billionaire Elon Musk , won financing from Goldman Sachs for more than $500 million in rooftop solar systems that the company will complete this year.
Jamie Dimon has consulted lawyers, public relation experts and bankers as JPMorgan Chase wrestles with the fallout from a multibillion-dollar trading loss.
Sugar futures fell below 17 cents a pound for the first time in nearly three years as Goldman Sachs stoked the market gloom by cutting its price forecasts, and Macquarie cautioned over the potential for further falls.
The Burnside Village tree, as it looked in August 2012. The tree has been given nutrient supplements.
Financial data and news service Bloomberg LP moved to repair damage to its reputation Monday as a published report said that more than 10,000 of its clients' private messages containing sensitive pricing data had been leaked online.
A New York state appeals court dismissed a $120 million fraud lawsuit against Goldman Sachs on Tuesday, disagreeing with bond insurer ACA Financial Guaranty's argument that it was duped into insuring the controversial Abacus deal.
Stocks edged higher in early trading on Wall Street, led by gains for financial companies, putting markets back at record levels.
The euro, which has fallen since the European Central Bank reduced the appeal of the shared currency by cutting interest-rates earlier this month, is poised to rebound after a bullish monthly reversal in trading patterns.
Goldman Sachs Group Inc. shareholders should vote against the bank's executive-pay plan, proxy- advisory firm Glass Lewis & Co.