Pakistani cricket icon-turned-politician Imran Khan inched closer to power on Thursday after a general election that has been marred by long delays in ballot counting and claims of rigging by opponents.
Mark Bumgarners lends his red carpet sensibilities to a 13-piece limited edition capsule collection for Plains & Prints. The idea, he says, was to create a wardrobe to take you from boardroom to bar.
The Ninth Circuit has held that a series of transaction that resulted in a distribution to shareholders was subject to a claw back under the insolvency test of the Arizona Uniform Fraudulent Transfers Act.
New tariffs on hold while talks are held on eliminating barriers
On July 30, the UN marks the World Day against Trafficking in Persons. The annual day was established by UN General Assembly resolution to address the ‘need for raising awareness of the situation of victims of human trafficking and for the promotion and protection of their rights.’
Qualcomm’s NXP deal scrapped after deadline passes without approval from Chinese regulators.