Finance

Women who left KPMG over bullying start rival firm

"The business will allow minorities and women who walked out of the market to feel like they want to work in it. Many feel like they cannot participate in this market. We will bring proper diversity into this market,” said Ina

Epstein signed will two days before death

“The fact that all of this was done just days before he died. He could have thought, ‘I need to get my ducks in a row,’” a New York City estate lawyer said.

Trumps rails against recession talk as stocks plunge

The yield on the closely watched 10 year US Treasury bonds fell so low Wednesday (local time) that, for the first time since 2007, it briefly crossed a threshold that has correctly predicted many past recessions.

Australian share market hits record high

The demand for shares is easy to understand. Dividends across the ASX200 are yielding on average 4.4%, a short term bank deposit is 2.05% whereas the yield on Australian bonds is below 2%.