There's a 'yellow light flashing' in the economy — and it poses a threat to the stock market

Global markets have stabilized on hopes of continued strong economic growth in the United States and overseas, but pockets of worry remain.  Erik Nielsen, UniCredit's global chief economist, tells us he sees two main roadblocks to ongoing prosperity


Ex-top exec Gary Cook on trying to lure Kaka and Jose Mourinho in early days of Manchester City revolution

Cook tried to use City's new riches to bring in the former Ballon d'Or winner and a long list of top managers


Novartis CEO Steers Drug Maker Back to R&D

Vasant Narasimhan, the 41-year-old chief executive at Novartis AG, is vowing data science and digital technologies will revolutionize the company’s drug-development pipeline.


A $470 billion investment chief at JPMorgan tells us the one thing that could turn a healthy market correction into a deeper slump

Bob Michele, chief investment officer for fixed income, currencies and commodities at JPMorgan Asset Management, tells Business Insider inflation expectations are key to the market's fortunes. Michele manages $470 billion in assets.  Michele believes


Oxfam boss under mounting pressure to quit over failure to apologise for sex abuse scandal

OXFAM’s boss was under mounting pressure to quit yesterday over his “callous” failure to apologise for the sex abuse scandal. Mark Goldring called the outrage an overreaction and said it was not as if staff had “murdered babies in their cots”. F


Under-fire footballers’ union chief Gordon Taylor blasted after spending £9million on lavish art

FOOTBALLERS’ union chief Gordon Taylor is blasted today as we reveal the PFA has lavished £9million on art. Taylor has in the past two years overseen £3million spent on the collection, which includes work by L.S. Lowry and Peter Blake. It comes after


Conditions in British prisons 'worst in a generation'

A former lord chief justice of England and Wales said he feared conditions in British prisons were among the worst in a generation - and compared it to the state of jails before the notorious Manchester Strangeways riot of 1990.

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Weinstein Company removes president and chief operating officer Glasser

(Reuters) - The board of the Weinstein Company has dismissed the beleaguered film studio's president and chief operating officer, less than a week after he was cited for failing to act on employee harassment complaints.


Middle East in transition: Oil, women and the IMF

IMF chief Christine Lagarde discusses the role of women in the Middle East and changing economic winds in the region.


Oxfam sex abuse criticism disproportionate, chief executive says

LONDON (Reuters) - Oxfam's chief executive said criticism of the charity following a sex abuse scandal had been disproportionate, according to comments published on Saturday.


Zimbabwe arrests university chief over Grace Mugabe's degree

The vice chancellor of Zimbabwe's oldest university has been arrested over the controversial awarding of a doctorate to former first lady Grace Mugabe.


Oxfam Boss Mark Goldring Calls Sex Abuse Scandal Reaction 'Out Of Proportion'

The boss of Oxfam boss has said the response to the charity’s sex abuse scandal is “out of proportion” and he “struggles to understand” why. Mark Goldring told The Guardian the “intensity and ferocity” of the

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Attacks are out of proportion, says Oxfam's Mark Goldring

The charity's critics are motivated by an anti-aid agenda, suggests chief executive Mark Goldring.

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US Veterans Affairs official steps down amid travel scandal

The aide to the US Veterans chief resigns after allegations she doctored emails.


Weinstein Company fires chief operating officer David Glasser

Board sacks senior executive days after New York attorney general sued company over harassment scandalThe studio co-founded by disgraced mogul Harvey Weinstein has sacked its chief operating officer. The Weinstein Company (TWC) announced on Friday that th


VA secretary David Shulkin's chief of staff retires amid travel expense scandal

AP Photo/Charles Krupa Secretary of Veterans Affairs David Shulkin's chief of staff is retiring. Chief of staff Vivieca Wright Simpson was named in a report that found "serious derelictions" in a visit to Europe by Shulkin. Simpson allegedly made false s


For the Federal Reserve, a New Chief but Same Rate Path

Jerome Powell is stressing continuity as he takes over as Fed chairman, which suggests the central bank will keep gradually raising interest rates this year, unperturbed by recent market volatility and signs of firming inflation.


Senior ICE lawyer used government computer systems to steal immigrants' identities and defraud banks

Chief counsel at US Immigration and Customs Enforcement forged immigrants' identity documents to open bank accounts and obtain loans in their names


Steve Wynn Will Lose Hundreds of Millions in Severance Amid Sexual-Misconduct Claims

Billionaire casino executive Steve Wynn will lose out on collecting hundreds of millions of dollars in severance pay from the company he founded, Wynn Resorts Ltd., following his resignation as chairman and chief executive.

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VA's chief of staff steps down after travel flap

The Department of Veterans Affairs says the agency's chief of staff has stepped down after an investigation found she had doctored emails to justify Secretary David Shulkin's wife accompanying him on a European trip at taxpayer expense.


Resort in the Bahamas seeking 'Chief Flamingo Officer'

If you love flamingos and need a new job, there's an opening for a “Chief Flamingo Officer” at a resort called Baha Mar. Buzz60's Nick Cardona has more.        


White House Chief of Staff John Kelly tightens security clearance process in wake of Rob Porter fiasco

White House Chief of Staff John Kelly signed off Friday on an overhaul of security clearance procedures in the wake of criticism over his response to the Rob Porter affair.


Top aide to VA chief David Shulkin announces departure two days after travel scandal explodes

Chief of Staff Vivieca Wright Simpson allegedly lied to get the VA to pay for travel for the secretary's wife.


Streaming service Fandor has a new COO and a new Chief Product Engineering Officer

 Fandor has expanded its executive team, promoting General Counsel and Chief Distribution Officer Felice Oper to the role of COO, and appointing TS Ramakrishnan as its Chief Product Engineering Officer. Oper joined the company in 2015, around the sam


Oxfam chief says sex-abuse claims shame the organization

The head of Oxfam International says claims that staff members sexually exploited people in crisis zones are "a stain" that shames the charity.


Millennials are making a big mistake when it comes to investing, says Morgan Stanley's US equity chief

Morgan Stanley chief US equity strategist Mike Wilson says millennials have steered clear of the stock market because of bad timing. He thinks they should give stocks another shot, specifically as it pertains to saving for retirement. The stock market h


Renault motors to record £4.5bn profit

French car giant Renault revealed it had notched up record revenues and profits today, a day after handing its chief executive Carlos Ghosn another four years in the top job.


Daytona 500: Chase Elliott takes win in second Duel race

Elliott, who won the first Can-Am Duel race last season, took the lead on Lap 27 of 60 in Thursday night’s second Can-Am Duel and held off a furious charge from Kevin Harvick to win the event and claim the fourth starting position in Sunday’s Daytona

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