The strange, sad world of convicted fraudster Samuel Israel
The New York Times’ Andrew Ross Sorkin conducts a bizarre jailhouse interview with the mastermind of a $450-million Ponzi scheme.
Canadian banks ponder ‘once in a lifetime’ opportunities in Europe
Bargains abound in the euro zone. Too bad they live in a minefield.
News Corp. mulls dividing itself in two
Move would split company into publishing, entertainment properties.
Chinese demand for Chile’s copper holds strong
Global copper goliath Chile says Chinese demand for the metal is holding up despite a slowing of China’s economic growth, signaling a continuation of market dynamics that have driven consumption for over a decade.
BMO sees its U.S. earnings double
Twenty-eight years of efforts in the U.S. Midwest are starting to pay off, thanks to BMO's $4.1-billion takeover of Marshall & Ilsley Corp. in Wisconsin.
The top five things worrying portfolio managers
The focus of the 2012 Morningstar Investment Conference was on what could go wrong, and how to avoid it.
Euro is on the brink, says Soros
Drastic action is needed immediately in order to save the currency, according to the billionaire investor.
Barrick poaches CFO from competitor
The world's largest gold producer has hired former employee Ammar Al-Joundi as CFO. Al-Joundi joins the team from Agnico-Eagle Mines Ltd.