An uninspiring performance by Michael Bloomberg at the Democratic presidential debate in Nevada may have given a lifeline to some of his rivals.
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Morgan Stanley's Gorman charts ambitious course with $13 bln E*Trade deal
Morgan Stanley said on Thursday it would buy discount brokerage E*Trade Financial Corp in a stock deal worth about $13 billion, the biggest acquisition by a Wall Street bank since the 2008-2009 financial crisis.
Thomson Reuters close to naming ex-Nielsen president Hasker as CEO: sources
Thomson Reuters Corp is close to naming former Nielsen Holdings Plc president Steve Hasker as its next chief executive, succeeding Jim Smith, according to people familiar with the matter.
Man arrested after muezzin stabbed inside London mosque
A muezzin in his 70s was stabbed as he led prayers in a London mosque on Thursday and the assailant was arrested on suspicion of attempted murder, police and mosque officials said.
Watchdog faults Swiss bank Julius Baer for money laundering lapses
Swiss bank Julius Baer has been reprimanded by the country's financial watchdog for ignoring money laundering risks in handling millions of francs of payments linked to corruption in Venezuela and world soccer body FIFA.
Jurors begin third day of deliberations in Weinstein rape trial
Jurors weighing rape and sexual assault charges against former movie producer Harvey Weinstein began their third day of deliberations in criminal court in Manhattan on Thursday.
'Feels like prison': Palestinian family cut off from West Bank village by Israeli barrier
Omar Hajajla may have a private gateway to his home in the Israeli-occupied West Bank, but it is hardly a sign of luxury: it runs beneath an Israeli barrier that cuts him and his family off from the rest of their nearby Palestinian village.
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