Credit Suisse

The very, very rich are getting very, very richer.
The news came after Deutsche Bank agreed to a $7.2 billion settlement with the DOJ over its sale and pooling of toxic mortgage securities.
Some companies open new markets. India's Reliance Industries is doing a variety of business from energy and petrochemicals
After all the revelations about deceptive advertising and recruiting, high prices, and low-quality programs in the for-profit college sector, the industry still isn't focused on improving value for students. Instead, the key to its future success is "sophisticating marketing."
Credit Suisse got the attention of Wall Street last week when it issued a report recommending that investors buy shares in one of the largest for-profit college companies, DeVry Education Group.
Just 53 men and 9 women have as much wealth as more than 3.6 billion people on this planet. Such a startling statistic highlights how extreme inequality has picked up a dramatic pace.
Equipping girls with self-confidence, support of family and communities as well as awareness of their social and economic rights can lead to transformed futures.
These elaborate illegal acts over many years show a deliberate willingness by Credit Suisse AG officials to knowingly engage in profitable activities that defrauded the U.S. Treasury and burdened honest taxpayers. But the Credit Suisse story does not end there.
"There is an enforcement element to it, but I don't think our primary purpose as supervisors is really the cop on the beat