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 U.S. secretary of state, had a financial stake in U.S. policy in the North African country, the House Benghazi panel chairman said.
The additions are major wins for Apple, which launched the payment service a year ago with a limited number of partners.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton on Thursday announced plans to address the financial sector's excesses -- but given her record, some remained skeptical.
Why does Hillary Clinton now oppose the Trans-Pacific Partnership? Perhaps because it is loathed by unions, whose get-out-the-vote operations can swing primary elections.
The country's smartphone boom is bringing millions to the Internet in cities and towns. Can the country connect the next billion, who largely live in villages?
News hit investors Thursday that Credit Suisse was seeking extra risk-absorbing capital, a day after Deutsche Bank announced massive writedowns.
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