SAO PAULO, Dec 1- Odebrecht SA, the engineering conglomerate that on Thursday agreed to a $2 billion leniency deal with prosecutors in Brazil's biggest graft case, is making progress selling assets and restructuring some businesses as part of a broad overhaul. In a statement, the company pledged not the engage ever again in improper business practices.
US regulators warn of potential safety issues with some top-loading Samsung washing machines.
If you’re not ready to retire and change your lifestyle completely, you might be able to create your own arrangement with a 'flexible retirement.' CNBC's Sharon Epperson explains what this means for workers looking for alternative retirement options.
Newsweek reports the GOP nominee's company secretly conducted business in Cuba despite a long-running trade embargo.
The home improvement retailer will stop selling the item following a number of customer complaints.
The German financial watchdog denies reports it's working on a rescue plan to help the lender.
In a tweet, the businessman asks how many employees Donald Trump has turned into millionaires.
A Credit Suisse report shows higher participation by women as CEOs or board members generate higher returns on equity.
Jeff Sonnenfeld, Yale University School of Management and CNBC Contributor, discusses Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf's testimony before Congress.
The payments company is accused of charging excessive fees to stores in London.
The big box retailer and Coca-Cola face heat on social media over a store display in Florida.
A Norwegian newspaper criticized Zuckerberg after Facebook removed an iconic photo from the Vietnam War.
The bank will pay $185-million in penalties and an additional $5-million to affected customers.
The bank is imposing a new rule for top employees that forbids them from donating to candidates running for state and local offices, as well as sitting officials running for federal office.
The cases, among several before the Luxembourg- based Court of Justice of the European Union, are being closely watched by the pharmaceuticals industry fighting to preserve a longstanding business practice. In June 2013 the European Commission said such agreements were anti-competitive as it imposed a 146 million euro fine on Lundbeck and eight other...
An independent economist says the tech giant may be forced to pay as much as $20-billion in back taxes.
SHANGHAI, Aug 30- Chinese private investment funds will conduct a "self-inspection" of their business practices in compliance with a directive from the State Council, China's cabinet, according to a notice posted on the website of the Asset Management Association of China. The inspection initiative follows a finding by China's securities regulator that some...
Experts say cobalt is being mined by young children in poor working environments.
The SEC slaps WL Ross and Company with the fine after failing to disclose how it calculates fees for some of its funds.
Shinsei Bank's former chairman Masamoto Yashiro talks about the positive changes in Japan's corporate structure and the need for corporate stewardship.