Philippines’ Ayala Corp. To Raise $1 Billion From Non-Core Asset Sale
Ayala Corp.—controlled by billionaire Jaime Zobel de Ayala—aims to raise 52.5 billion pesos ($1 billion) by divesting some of its non-core asset divestments, beginning with a toll road south of Manila that it’s selling to the country’s second-richest person, Manuel Villar.
The Herschel Walker Scandals: Woman Claims He Attacked Her, Latest Story To Roil The Campaign
Georgia Republican Senate candidate Herschel Walker is headed to a December 6 runoff election against Sen. Raphael Warnock (D), after regular eruptions of negative stories about Walker’s past that began almost immediately upon his entering the race.
Senate Votes To Avert Rail Strike—But Denies Railroad Workers’ Request For 7 Paid Sick Days
The Senate approved a new contract between railroad companies and labor unions on Thursday in a last-minute vote, preventing a nationwide railroad strike and severely hamstring the economy.
Epstein’s Estate Will Pay $105 Million To U.S. Virgin Islands Over Sex Trafficking Claims
Jeffrey Epstein’s estate agreed to pay $105 million to the U.S. Virgin Islands over claims he used the territory to operate his sex trafficking ring under the cover of running a financial firm, the New York Times reported Wednesday.