Personal finance

Anna Cooban
02 Aug 2021, 20:28

The late CEO of a $1.2 billion publishing firm left control of the company to an exec he'd had a relationship with, rather than his family. His son called it 'salt in an open wound.'

The late CEO of a $1.2 billion publishing firm left control of the company to an exec he'd had a relationship with, rather than his family. His son called it 'salt in an open wound.'

The late CEO of a $1.2 billion publishing firm left control of the company to an exec he'd had a relationship with, rather than his family. His son called it 'salt in an open wound.'

Richard Robinson, the late Scholastic CEO, described Iole Lucchese as his "closest friend." He gave her a 53.8% controlling stake, The WSJ reported.

Six red flags for investors to avoid becoming a victim of misselling by agents or financial advisors
Bhakti Makwana
27 Jul 2021, 11:35

Six red flags for investors to avoid becoming a victim of misselling by agents or financial advisors

  • Investment in mutual funds have risen and so has misselling.
  • Due to the rise in misinformation of several financial products,
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Government hikes dearness allowance to 28% effective from July 1
14 Jul 2021, 17:08

Government hikes dearness allowance to 28% effective from July 1

The Union Cabinet on Wednesday decided to restore Dearness Allowance (DA) and Dearness Relief (DR) for central government employees and pensioners fr...