SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - The Securities & Exchange Commission quizzed Facebook Inc on the impact of growth in mobile users in the months leading up to the social network's initial public offering, letters released on Friday by the regulator show.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Rajat Gupta, a consummate business insider who once sat on the board of Goldman Sachs Group Inc, was convicted on Friday of leaking secrets about the investment bank at the height of the financial crisis, a major victory for prosecutors seeking to root out illicit trading on Wall Street.
FRANKFURT/LONDON (Reuters) - Central banks from Tokyo to London checked their ammunition on Friday in preparation for any turmoil from Greece's election, with the European Central Bank hinting at an interest rate cut and Britain set to open its coffers.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Factory output contracted in May for the second time in three months and families took a dimmer view of their economic prospects in early June, signs that the economy's recovery is on shaky ground.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Wynn Resorts, ensnarled in a lawsuit with its one-time largest shareholder, dismissed as old "baseless allegations" a motion by Japanese pachinko tycoon Kazuo Okada to stop the casino from forcibly buying his shares.
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexican tycoon Carlos Slim and his family plan to keep their 8.4 percent stake in Argentine energy company YPF at least for the short-term, a spokesman for the billionaire told Reuters on Friday.