When New York regulators punished the bank for its work with Mr. Epstein, no individuals were named. The Times identified them.
Chris FralicDeutsche Bank has paid over $9B in fines since ‘08 for alleged and admitted financial crimes, including manipulating interest rates, failing to prevent money laundering, evading sanctions on Iran and engaging in fraud in the run-up to the financial crisis.
Now is the time to evaluate what will be most important to customers once there is less sheltering and more spending. As many difficult decisions are being made, The Drum has asked one of the industry’s most respected advisors David Bell: what do...
The Trump administration lifted a ban on sales of silencers to private overseas buyers that was intended to protect U.S. troops from ambushes. The change was championed by a lawyer for the president who had worked for a firearms trade group.
The long-simmering feud between the CEOs of Salesforce.com and Oracle is about fundamentally different views on cloud computing technology. But it's also more than a little bit personal.
Chris FralicAs CRM passes ORCL in market cap, It’s hard to overstate what that must mean personally to Marc and Larry:
“In 2009, Ellison described Salesforce as an “itty bitty application” that happens to run on Oracle databases.”