To comply with Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation, which goes into effect on May 25, internet companies have been updating their data policies. Here’s how you can benefit.
As New York’s attorney general, Mr. Schneiderman used the same playbook that raised the profiles of his predecessors. Whoever fills the job next will probably do the same thing.
The European Union is introducing some of the strictest online privacy rules in the world. The changes aim to give internet users more control.
Regulators are on the verge of reducing a post-crisis requirement that banks maintain a certain amount of capital based on their total size. That has put regulators at odds.
The bank said that it will continue to stand by its leader, as it struggled to set aside years of lackluster results and management turmoil.
Maurice R. Greenberg wants to curb the Martin Act, the regulation that led to his ouster at A.I.G., as well as other state securities rules.
A young, Harvard-educated tech entrepreneur goes before Congress and gets a grilling about his company’s business practices. Sound familiar?
Google’s ad business is twice as big as Facebook’s. But executives at Google and other big tech companies have avoided intense scrutiny. For now.
The incoming deputy, Andrew Wheeler, would replace the E.P.A.’s current chief, Scott Pruitt, if he were to leave the job.
John C. Williams, the San Francisco Fed president, will bring policymaking experience to what is widely seen as one of the Fed’s most influential positions.