A divided federal appeals court on Monday upheld the insider trading conviction of Mathew Martoma, a former portfolio manager for billionaire Steven A. Cohen, finding enough evidence to establish guilt despite defective jury instructions. It said the instructions wrongly allowed a conviction solely
Defending champion Karolina Pliskova survived a scare to beat Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova on Monday and reach the third round of the Eastbourne International tournament. Pliskova had never lost a set to Pavlyuchenkova in five previous meetings but the Czech player struggled in the second set before prevailing
Circle, one of the most well-funded blockchain start-ups, saw a 30 percent uptick in institutional investors on-boarding to its "Circle Trade" platform in May and is making its trading platform fully automated to accommodate demand.
Justin Tuck shares the one thing that helped him dominate in the Super Bowl and in finance.
James Rodríguez is quietly beginning to match the prolificacy of former Brazil striker Pelé. Rodríguez has competed in seven World Cup matches in total — and his goals and assists have been crucial for Colombia. In World Cup competition alone, Pelé was responsible for scoring one goal every 1.36 games
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Flocks of robotic birds are taking to the skies of China equipped with high-tech surveillance technology, according to a report. The so-called "spy bird" programme, first reported by the South China Morning Post, is already in operation in at least five provinces and provides another tendril
Jun.25 -- Barry Bannister, head of institutional equity strategy at Stifel, discusses the market impact of trade tensions and a strong U.S. dollar and looks at earnings expectations. He speaks with Bloomberg's Jonathan Ferro on "Bloomberg Markets: The Open."
Mark Zandi of Moody's and James Pethokoukis of the American Enterprise Institute discuss how a trade war between the United States and China could be problematic for economic growth in the U.S.
The Taliban on Monday rejected pleas by Afghan elders and activists for an extension of this month's ceasefire and said they amounted to a call for surrender to foreign forces. Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid dismissed the peace "slogans" and urged civil society activists and others
A venture capital fund dedicated to finding new ways to prevent and treat dementia has raised $350 million, far exceeding the initial target of $200 million set on its launch in 2015. The global Dementia Discovery Fund (DDF), an initiative of former British prime minister David Cameron, brings together
South Sudan President Salva Kiir was meeting again with rival Riek Machar on Monday in neighboring Sudan amid fragile efforts to end their country's five-year civil war, while the new U.S. ambassador to Juba told The Associated Press the U.S. is skeptical of the latest talks. The meeting mediated
South Sudan's President Salva Kiir and rebel leader Riek Machar said on Monday they hoped for a breakthrough in peace talks as they met in Khartoum, but there was no immediate indication that either side would make real concessions. "I came to this meeting with an open mind and hope my brother
When Jason Mayden, former brand director of Jordan Brand and founder of Super Heroic, received the task of redesigning the Air Monarch II, he didn't know that it would become one of Nike's best-selling shoes. With support from Michael Jordan, Mayden designed a shoe that would become a household
MUNICH/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - ProSiebenSat.1 Media and and Discovery Inc plan to join forces to build a German TV streaming platform to challenge U.S. giants Netflix , Amazon Prime and YouTube. The 50-50 partnership would be based on the existing 7TV alliance formed last year, and bring in ProSieben&
If you plan to join an office pool for a chance at the Mega Millions jackpot, make sure the organizer is doing it right and that you're aware of the pitfalls of group-purchased lottery tickets.
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Renowned South African photojournalist David Goldblatt, who documented the impact of apartheid on the lives ordinary people, died on Monday from cancer aged 87.