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Ex-Goldman Sachs worker charged with $1.2m wine theft

Ex-Goldman Sachs worker charged with $1.2m wine theft

The wine rightfully belonged to David Solomon, the CEO of Goldman Sachs, a spokesperson for the company confirmed, although the victim wasn't named in the indictment. Among the vast collection, the most prized vintages stolen were seven bottles of Domaine de la Romanée-Conti, a French pinot noir from Burgundy produced by one of the most revered vineyards in the world.


China's Q4 economic growth likely to slow amid debt, pollution battle

China's Q4 economic growth likely to slow amid debt, pollution battle

Local government debt expanded again in China past year despite Beijing's pledge to rein in a growing national debt load that has sparked fears of a financial crisis in the world's number two economy. "The government is making moves to make sure that, for one thing, (the country is) rebalancing away from investment (with) monetary tightening and policies for ensuring that financial risks are also reduced, which should also mean that investment actually does continue to slow this year", Fenner ...


Crude Oil Steady Ahead Of Inventories

Crude Oil Steady Ahead Of Inventories

Traders said that oil markets were generally well supported by supply cuts led by the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries ( OPEC ) and Russian Federation, who started to withhold production in January a year ago and are expected to continue their restraint through 2018.


Governor Walker calls special election a 'wake-up call'

Governor Walker calls special election a 'wake-up call'

Corriea, according to the unofficial results. But Democrats banked that anti-Trump backlash could even the playing field. A Democratic victory in one of Wisconsin's Republican-leaning districts is "a wake up call for Republicans" in the state, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker has said , as the party prepares for a vicious fight to maintain control of US Congress this year.