The bank is warning senior staff not to use the term when talking to clients.
A Florida woman filed for bankruptcy after losing a big chunk of the jackpot to her former boyfriend.
The burger giant creates the sequel to its Angry Whopper, featuring a red hot sauce bun.
ADB sees stalling momentum amid weak recovery in industrial nations and a slowdown in China.
The former Brazilian soccer player says Samsung used his identity without permission.
Teams will be able to see performance stats, check videos from past seasons, and analyze player data.
Straightline Aviation signs a letter of intent to buy a dozen of the company's helium-filled airships.
Global emerging markets secured foreign portfolio inflows of $37 billion in March.
The ride-hailing company's policy boss may be cutting the existing team to make way for former Google employees.
The chief economist at Saxo Bank believes the 'social contract' is broken.
The conglomerate's companies, not named Google, are struggling with leadership.
Robert Jain, global head of Credit Suisse Asset Management, will leave the Swiss bank at the end of June.
A Russian government official says the country needs more efficient money management on every level.
San Francisco Federal Reserve President John Williams says the US economy remains on track for a gradual path of rate hikes.
The rising cost of vanilla beans could mean higher ice cream prices this summer after a poor harvest in Madagascar.
A track on Kanye West's latest album is now available on Spotify, Apple Music, and Google Music.
Berkshire Hathaway now owns 506.3 million shares of Wells Fargo, according to an SEC filing.
The virtual reality headset could move on from gamers, and into the commercial space.
Apple iPhone users have been complaining about Safari links not opening and having issues unlocking their phones.
The normally blocked search engine was available to Chinese users for a couple hours on Sunday night.