News hit investors Thursday that Credit Suisse was seeking extra risk-absorbing capital, a day after Deutsche Bank announced massive writedowns.
Twenty nations most vulnerable to climate change have joined to form the "V20" group, and urged immediate action on a "fundamental human rights issue."
Under the proposed change, high-volume gun dealers will have to conduct background checks on potential buyers, the Washington Post reported.
The company has removed "a few" ad-blocking apps from the App Store over concerns that they could access users' encrypted traffic.
"If you don’t make it at Tesla, you go work at Apple," the Tesla Motors CEO said, in an interview with a German newspaper.
The United Nations announced names for a proposed national unity government in Libya, but warring factions in the country seemed reluctant to implement the decision.
Sidney Blumenthal, an unofficial adviser to the former secretary of state, had a financial stake in U.S. policy in Libya, the House Benghazi panel chairman said.
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