- There is a lot going on this morning - get caught up here.2
- U.S. stock-index futures rose, indicating equities will rebound from a three-day drop.3
- The president and four employees were charged over the death of a patient.6
- There definitely will be a different feel to the air for the next week or so.7
- Almost 14 years after the attacks, their self-described mastermind, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, is still awaiting trial.8
- The arms embargo, the most stringent under the UN, was put in place in 2010 as punishment for Iran’s nuclear program.9
- Chief Executive Officer Bill Winters cut the dividend by half and signaled the bank won’t need to raise capital immediately as he grapples with dwindling profit.11
- European stocks have swung this year from a central-bank-fueled rally to a Greece-induced slump and back up. The upshot for investors? A resurgence in volume.12
- After a strike in June, Europe’s biggest refiner is taking preliminary steps to restart its La Mede plant in southern France.13
- China plans to place police inside major Internet companies, a move to strengthen the government’s grip on the world’s largest population of Web users.14
- The billionaire's metamorphosis into a Republican politician carries demographic risks for the GOP.Berkshire Hathaway shares traded near record highs at the beginning of Warren Buffett’s 50th year running the company. More recently, the stock has begun to sag.A look at some of the power players and interested parties.Wells Fargo & Co., lagging behind its rivals in mobile-banking prowess, is turning to an unlikely source for advice: the video-game industry.
- Strong dollar lifted imports and hobbled exports, representing a hurdle for economic growth.Don’t look now, but megacap financial companies are creeping back onto the list of the biggest U.S. companies.The New School's Teresa Ghilarducci on mandated savings, risk aversion, and avoiding fees.How the Dakota has stayed at the top of Manhattan real estate for more than a century.