Elliott Management takes stake in PulteGroup: CNBC

(Reuters) – Elliott Management Corp, the hedge fund founded by billionaire Paul Singer, has taken a stake in U.S. homebuilder PulteGroup Inc , CNBC reported on Tuesday citing sources.

U.S. warns banks on cyber threat after Bangladesh heist

BOSTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) – U.S. regulators on Tuesday told banks to review cyber-security protections against fraudulent money transfers in the wake of revelations that a hacking group used such messages to steal $81 million from the Bangladesh central bank.

Republican’s plan to weaken Dodd-Frank spotlights U.S. political divide

NEW YORK (Reuters) – The chair of the House Financial Services Committee has proposed getting rid of much of the regulation put in place after the financial crisis, unveiling a plan on Tuesday that ignited fierce debate in the presidential election but is expected to flame out in Washington.

Greece revises Hellenikon property deal, unlocking bailout funds

ATHENS (Reuters) – Greece on Tuesday revised terms for the sale and long-term lease of the old Athens airport of Hellenikon, meeting the demands of international lenders who are now expected to…

British lawmakers pass new digital surveillance law

LONDON (Reuters) – British lawmakers passed on Tuesday a new surveillance law to give security agencies more extensive monitoring capabilities in the digital age after several amendments were added to better protect privacy.

Trump should stop attacking minority groups: Senate’s McConnell

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump should stop attacking minority groups and start talking about issues that Americans care about, Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell said on Tuesday.

Clinton ‘strongly opposes’ Hensarling plan to roll back Dodd-Frank: adviser

(Reuters) – Hillary Clinton “strongly opposes” a proposal unveiled by a Republican congressman on Tuesday to roll back Dodd-Frank financial reforms, an adviser to the Democratic presidential candidate said.

NFL’s Twitter account hacked, commissioner is fine: NFL

NEW YORK (Reuters) – The National Football League’s Twitter account was hacked on Tuesday and a false tweet was sent that Commissioner Roger Goodell had died, an NFL spokesman said on his Twitter account.