Apple Inc and
Samsung Electronics squared off again in court on
Thursday, as the iPhone maker tried to convince a U.S. district
judge to ban sales of a number of the South Korean company's
devices and defended its $1.05 billion jury award.
By Kelvin Soh and Steve Slater, Reuters | December 06, 2012
expects to pay $330 million to settle a case with U.S.
regulators for breaking sanctions on Iran, the Asian-focused
bank said on Thursday, a second such penalty which could almost
wipe out its profit growth this year.
U.S. securities regulators
charged a Wells Fargo investment banker and nine others
with fraud on Wednesday in connection with their alleged role in
an insider-trading ring that earned more than $11 million by
trading on tips about impending mergers.
By John O'Donnell and Robin Emmott, Reuters | December 04, 2012
Germany and France clashed
publicly on Tuesday over plans to put the European Central Bank
in charge of supervising banks, deepening a dispute over the
scope of ECB powers that threatens to derail one of Europe's
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President Barack Obama's
intensive lobbying to avert big year-end tax hikes and spending
cuts resumed over the weekend as he spoke with senior corporate
chieftains, including JPMorgan Chase's Jamie Dimon and legendary
investor Warren Buffett.