UPDATE 1-U.S. official 'fairly confident' of more FIFA indictments -NYT WASHINGTON, May 29- A senior U.S. Internal Revenue Service official said on Friday he is "fairly confident" there will be another round of indictments in the criminal investigation into alleged corruption within soccer's governing body, FIFA, the New York Times reported. "I'm fairly confident that we will have another round of indictments," Richard Weber, the chief...
Parker Gilbert, former Morgan Stanley chairman, dies A stepson of firm co-founder Harold Stanley, Gilbert was born in New York City in 1933. He received an undergraduate degree from Yale in 1956 and joined the U.S. Army intelligence service before going to work for the firm in 1960.. In January 2005 Gilbert hosted a meeting of retired and current executives at his home to discuss Purcell's management and what had...
Facebook Messenger's strategy Facebook vp of messaging David Marcus, discusses broadening the expression with messaging, the product's experience and the move into payments.
Borrowing to replenish depleted pensions Several states and municipalities are issuing bonds as they struggle with ballooning pension costs, the New York Times reports.
Source: The New York Times
| By: Mary Williams Walsh