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Herbalife Ltd. has chosen PricewaterhouseCoopers as its independent auditor, ending a nearly two-month effort to replace KPMG, which resigned after a senior partner was accused of insider trading.
Jamie Dimon, JPMorgan’s savvy chairman and CEO, easily beat a proposal to split his roles, but the bank’s directors may still have to calm restive shareholders.
NEW YORK – Jamie Dimon survived a bruising fight to strip him of his chairmanship, but directors at JPMorgan Chase & Co. may still have to calm restive shareholders.
Best Buy Co. reported a net loss and sliding sales for its first quarter, weakness that the electronics retailer blamed on the costs of its ongoing turnaround and calendar shifts that affected the key Super Bowl selling day.
Maserati of North America is recalling 7,438 model year 2005-2008 Quattroportes, model year 2008 GranTurismos, and model year 2008 Alfa Romeo 8Cs for a corrosion problem that could lead to a loss of control of the cars.
NEW YORK — Wall Street will be watching Ben Bernanke’s testimony before Congress on Wednesday, hoping the Federal Reserve chairman will offer clues as to when the central bank may begin turning off its spigot of easy money.
The firm is buying blogging service Tumblr, which has a loyal and young following but little, if any, profit. And Yahoo vows no big changes.
WASHINGTON — Apple Inc. has used an elaborate web of offshore subsidiaries to avoid paying at least $ 44 billion in U.S. taxes over the past four years, a Senate investigation has found.