Copping a bug is the last thing you want on your next business trip, so take precautions.
Joel Rosenblatt 8:16 AM Mark Zuckerberg's former neighbours have an axe to grind with the developer who got the rights to their property and then extracted a payment from the Facebook founder to not build a mansion overlooking his house.
Elizabeth Fournier 9:42 AM Mega deals are helping the world's biggest companies get bigger but BHP Billiton had one of the biggest drops in market value in the year through March.
Ian King Intel Corp agreed to buy Altera Corp for $US16.7 billion to defend its presence in data centres, forging a deal that will add to a record year for industry consolidation.
Scott Lanman If Greece fails to make any of its $2.2 billion in loan repayments to the IMF this month, it will be enshrined in history with a group of current and former deadbeats that includes Cuba, Zimbabwe and Sudan.
Malaysia Airlines is "technically bankrupt", its new German CEO says as he outlines plans to stabilise the failing flag carrier including 6000 job cuts.
"Whatever industries China will be shedding over the years, India can capture," HSBC's Frederic Neumann says.
Joseph Stalin created Socialist Realism by decree in 1932 to glorify communism through art. Now Vladimir Putin's capitalists can't get enough of it.
Nikos Chrysoloras Greek officials and creditor institutions are locked in talks for another weekend as both sides work against a payment deadline to avert default and a euro-region exit.
Drew Harwell With 43,945 sandwich shops in 110 countries, Subway has become the world's most ubiquitous restaurant chain, posting armies of "sandwich artists" in more American outposts than McDonald's and Starbucks combined.
Flavia Krause-Jackson and Tracy Withers Once upon a time there were 20 sheep to every New Zealander. Now it's more like seven.
Sonja Elmquist Wealthy Chinese who made their country the world's second-biggest market for diamonds are increasingly travelling abroad to buy the stones.
Carol Matlack Loneliness and poverty are two factors blamed for increased criminal activity among senior citizens.
Aaron Kessler In the rarefied world of ultraluxury cars, just owning a Rolls-Royce or a Bentley is not enough.
Gavin Finch and Liam Vaughan Goldman Sachs tried to poach Thomas Hayes from UBS years before the Libor scandal broke with the promise of a $3.9 million signing bonus.
Joshua Topolsky Google's Now on Tap could change everything about your phone.
Hugh Son JPMorgan will reportedly cut thousands of jobs over the next year as it seeks to contain expenses and sells businesses.
Aaron Ricadela and Duane D. Stanford Coca-Cola, McDonald's and other World Cup sponsors are putting pressure on FIFA to resolve a corruption scandal.
A raft of banks could face tough questions in the sweeping US crackdown on alleged corruption in global soccer.
Joshua Petri It's a former waste site but it'll cost you $US215 for a weekend round on the 18-hole, Jack Nicklaus-designed course.
Hugh Son Bank boss shoots back after proxy advisers had recommended investors reject its pay packages because the company didn't give a good reason for giving Dimon his first cash bonus in three years.
Patricia Hurtado The FBI agent who oversaw the Bernard Madoff investigation and helped pioneer the use of wiretaps that yielded dozens of insider-trading convictions is now working for Goldman Sachs. He's the latest in a line of former feds who've moved to Wall Street firms.
KKR invited family money manager Matthew McCarthy to New York. First he had dinner with billionaire co-founder Henry Kravis. Then he was introduced to a General.
Jenny Anderson Tom Hayes, a 35-year-old former trader for Citigroup and UBS, was the "ringmaster" in a concerted effort to manipulate global benchmark interest rates to make as much money as he could, prosecutors said.
Mike Tierney US airports, aware of the tidal wave of acceptance for ride-sharing, are gradually rewriting regulations to welcome all manner of cars.
Lillian Cunningham Unilever CEO Paul Polman reveals why he is 'ashamed' of the amount of money he earns and the motives behind several of his against-the-grain decisions.
George Georgiopoulos and Kylie MacLellan Greece cannot make debt repayments to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) next month unless it achieves a deal with creditors, its interior minister said on Sunday.