EU bailout terms spark bank run in Cyprus ... Internet use grows in Russia ... A-B InBev, Grupo Modelo, ask for more time ... Warren Buffett salary still $100,000 ... News from United Press International.
Multibillionaire U.S. investor Warren Buffett was paid $100,000 in 2012 for his work at his holding company, Berkshire Hathaway Inc., a proxy filing said.
The dark side of the financial moon is the U.S. Treasury that says financial institutions file more than 15 million “suspicious activity reports” every year.
Market skid turns around in late trading ... Spending cuts don't scare Wall Street ... Carlos Slim still world's richest man ... Truckers in Colombia begin strike ... News from United Press International.
Forbes magazine said Mexican telecommunications tycoon Carlos Slim Helu kept his perch as the richest person in the world in 2013.
Buffett says he is still hunting elephants ... Japan and others cautious on 787s ... Store within a store concept goes to court ...Best Buy CEO: Don't count us out ... News from United Press International.
Wall Street kingpin Warren Buffett said 2012 was the year in which the big ones got away, referring to his pursuit of profitable acquisitions.
If a class war is heating up, a pilot study by Northwestern and Vanderbilt universities indicates the federal spending deficit may be the trigger.
G20 pledges peace on currency front ... SEC investigating Heinz takeover trading ... 1 percent of incomes growing in recovery ... U.N.: Manufacturing grew 2.2 percent in 2012 ... News from United Press International.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is investigating "highly suspicious" trading in the takeover of H.J. Heinz Co., an SEC official said.