A traffic sign is pictured in front of the Deutsche Bank headquarters ...
Dec 8th, 2011
(Reuters) - A traffic sign is pictured in front of the Deutsche Bank headquarters in Frankfurt December 8, 2011. A suspicious envelope sent to Deutsche Bank Chief Executive Josef Ackermann was a letter bomb capable of exploding, investigators said on Thursday. No one has so far claimed responsibility for the package, which was intercepted late on Wednesday. REUTERS/Ralph (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW) -
A "technical problem" in Britain's air traffic control system sparked hundreds of flight cancellations on Saturday, leaving thousands of angry passengers stranded. Britain's National Air Traffic Service (NATS) said the glitch, which hit major airports including London's Heathrow, was caused by a faulty switch between its ni... [Full Article]
The final version of the Volcker rule to ban banks from gambling with their own money is "significantly different" from the originally proposed version, making its impact on the markets difficult to gauge, a top U.S. securities regulator said on Monday. Regulators will release the long-awaited final version of the Volcker rule on Tuesday,... [Full Article]
has no interest in buying European exchange group Euronext, sources close to the Germany-based group said on Tuesday. The Wall Street Journal had cited people familiar with the discussions as saying that Deutsche Boerse, London Stock Exchange Group Plc (LSE) were considering bids for Euronext, part of IntercontinentalExchange Group Inc Deutsche Boe... [Full Article]
The United Nations Wednesday slammed Israel's demolition of 30 Palestinian properties in the West Bank, saying it displaced some families for the second time in less than two weeks. "I am concerned about the destruction of Palestinian structures in the Jordan Valley yesterday (Tuesday)," UN Humanitarian Coordinator James Rawley said ... [Full Article]
BANGKOK (AP) - Protesters forced their way onto the grounds of Thailand's army headquarters on Friday, asking the military to support their increasingly aggressive campaign to topple Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra. The army insisted it will not take sides in the dispute. (Source: Associated Press)... [Full Article]