CATEGORY

Latest

Resources

NorCal Counties Have Millions of Dollars in Unclaimed Money

Casparis said the smallest amount up for grabs is 9 cents, and the largest amount is over $17,500.

Goldman Names Colin Mathews Australia Head of Leveraged Finance

He previously worked for Barclays Plc and UBS Group AG, according to his LinkedIn profile.

Over $3B Auto Insurance Refunds Issued

According to data collected by DIFS, more than $3,041,000,000 has been issued by auto insurers.

Facebook Is Still Struggling to Remove Videos of Buffalo Mass Shooting

Facebook is still struggling to contain the video of last weekend’s horrific mass shooting in Buffalo, New York. Know more.

JPMorgan Targets More of Germany’s Mittelstand Economic Engine

JPMorgan plans to make further inroads in Germany by targeting medium-sized firms that form the backbone of Europe’s largest economy.

Warner Bros. Discovery Holds Back on Streaming Tie-Up Details

Just six weeks after the closing of a powerhouse media merger, Warner Bros. Discovery held its first upfront presentation on Wednesday.

Walmart’s Ad Business Grows 30% Despite Broader Slowdown

Walmart’s global advertising business grew 30% year-on-year in the most recent quarter, according to an earnings release.

Investors Jolted As U.S. Retailers Show Inflation Hitting Consumers

U.S. investors wiped almost 25% off Target shares on Wednesday after its profit halved as it had to discount bigger items.

Twitter’s Account of Deal Shows Musk Signing Without Asking More Info

Twitter published its account of its deal negotiations with Musk, showing he opted out of asking questions about company’s business.

Investment Adviser Allianz Global Investors U.S. Charged with $5 Billion Fraud

U.S. Attorney Damian Williams said his office took the rare step of bringing criminal charges against Allianz Global Investors US

Twitter Deal on Hold, Musk Says Lower Sale Price Isn’t ‘Out of Question’

Musk is continuing to clash with Twitter over accuracy of its bot count and hinted today that he may try to renegotiate the $44 billion deal.

Netflix, Meta Dumped by Hedge Funds As Tech Sell-Off Continues

Tiger Global Management, Winslow Capital Management, and Scopus Asset Management were among funds that sold all of their shares of Netflix.