Former World Bank president Robert Zoellick rejoins Goldman Sachs

Goldman Sachs Group Inc said on Monday that former World Bank Group president Robert Zoellick will rejoin the investment bank as chairman of its international advisory board.

Robert Zoellick defends American presidency of World Bank

He said there has never been an American head of the UN, the WTO, the IMF, and of regional development banks.

Zoellick set to join Harvard

Outgoing World Bank President Robert Zoellick will join two prestigious institutions, including Harvard University, after he steps down from his current position on June 30.

World Bank, CII join hands for save tiger campaign

In a bid to actively involve the private sector in the global effort to protect tiger, the World Bank and CII have teamed up to establish 'India Wildlife Business Council' that would promote the conservation of the endangered species.

World Bank chief bats for Pranab on changes in tax laws

Batting for Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee's proposal to tax Vodafone type deals, the World Bank president Robert Zoellick on Friday said that India wants the company should pay tax at some place and investors must give some time to the government to explain the details.

Zoellick for American replacing him as World Bank chief

Outgoing World Bank President Robert Zoellick on Friday said it was important to keep the top job at some international institutions with the United States to get the support of the world's largest economy.

Controversy over poverty line "overdone": WB Prez

Lauding India for managing to reduce poverty, WB Prez Robert Zoellick said that controversy over poverty line of daily consumption was overdone.

Controversy over poverty line "overdone", says WB President

Lauding India for managing to reduce poverty, World Bank President Robert Zoellick on Friday said that controversy over poverty line of Rs 28.65 daily consumption was "overdone".

IFC to invest $1 billion in India this Year: Zoellick

The International Finance Corp. will invest USD 1 billion in India this year, World Bank president Robert Zoellick said on Friday.

Financial support to big countries a challenge: World Bank

Extending financial support to large countries in India is a huge challenge before the World Bank, its president Robert B Zoellick today said.

World Bank president in Odisha

World Bank President Robert Zoellick Wednesday visited coastal Rajnagar block in Odisha's Kendrapada district to see for himself implementation of mangrove conservation efforts and activities under the Integrated Coastal Zone Management Project (ICZMP).

World Bank president in Odisha

World Bank President Robert Zoellick on Wednesday visited coastal Rajnagar block in Odisha`s Kendrapada district.

World Bank Prez meets Ramesh; to call on Pranab tomorrow

This will be the last visit of Zoellick as President of World Bank as he is retiring on June 30.

World Bank, IMF chiefs to visit India later this month

Heads of the two most powerful banking institutions globally, the World Bank and the IMF, are likely to be in India later this month, amid an ongoing search process to finalise the name of the next World Bank President.

Race hots up for World Bank chief post; Sachs in contention

The nominations can be filed for the post of World Bank chief till March 23.

US should lead some global bodies: World Bank chief

The World Bank last week launched the nomination process to select a new president to succeed Robert Zoellick when he steps down in June.

Obama admin for an American to head the World Bank

As the World Bank initiated the process to select its new head, the Obama Administration has asserted that it would have an American at the helm of affairs and there is no question of anyone else occupying it, as being sought after by the developing countries.

Zoellick to step down as World Bank president on June 30

World Bank President Robert Zoellick said on Wednesday he plans to step down when his term ends on June 30, raising questions whether the United States will insist on holding on to a job that has always gone to an American.

World Bank head sees ripple effects from euro woes

Europe's debt crisis threatens to undermine consumer confidence and cut off credit to businesses in the rapidly emerging markets that have been bright spots in an otherwise grim global economy, the head of the World Bank warned on Tuesday.

World Bank chief urges 'definite steps' by Europe

The head of the World Bank on Wednesday warned there was not a lot of room for error as European leaders scramble to agree on increasing the size of a bailout fund before a key Oct 23 summit on the region's debt crisis.