United Airlines flight lands safely in NJ after engine 'issue'
United Airlines flight has landed safely at Newark after taking off from the airport for Berlin then returning when something apparently went wrong with the engine.
8 mistakes we make that lead to unsatisfying work
With so much of our lives spent at our jobs, sometimes it is important to stop and consider a question that may sound childish or unrealistic in this job market: What do you want to be when you grow up?
Man arrested in parking lot after 1 dies in shooting at Texas mall
24-year-old man has been arrested after a shooting in a Texas mall parking lot left one person dead and two injured.
ASX May Charge Fees for High-Frequency Trades--CEO
Investors may soon be charged fees for engaging in high-frequency trading on the Australian Securities Exchange as regulators attempt to make markets fairer for all participants, operator ASX Ltd.'s (ASX.AU) Chief Executive Elmer Funke Kupper said Sunday.
Salmonella Outbreak Traced To Cantaloupe
Cantaloupes from Indiana are the culprit behind a salmonella outbreak that has killed two people and sickened 141 in 20 states, according to the Center for Disease Control.
U.K. Libor Report: Raise Fines, Fire Management
Britain's Financial Services Authority and the Bank of England need to tighten regulation of banks, raise fines for wrongdoing, and possibly acquire the authority to fire senior executives, according to a report from Parliament's Treasury Select Committee following to scandal of Barclays [uk:barc]
Pernod Ricard Chairman Patrick Ricard Dies
Patrick Ricard, the emblematic chairman of French alcoholic beverage giant Pernod Ricard SA who was responsible for the rapid and ambitious development of the group, died suddenly Friday, the company said.
Standard Chartered Accelerates Boardroom Shakeup -Report
Standard Chartered PLC (STAN.LN) is preparing to overhaul its boardroom, in light of mounting pressure from shareholders over its handling of allegations that it hid details of transactions with Iran totaling $250 billion, the Financial Times in London reported Saturday, citing people familiar with
Germany's Metro Struggling to Stay Listed On DAX -Report
German retailer Metro AG (MEO.XE) is struggling to stay in the DAX--the stock index of the country's 30 largest companies trading on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange--as its market capitalization is presently too low, according to an interview with its chief financial officer in Saturday's edition of