Rape Case Dropped Against WikiLeaks Founder Assange

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange criticized Swedish authorities for his enforced detention at the Ecuadorian embassy in London. Speaking from the balcony of Ecuador's London embassy, the WikiLeaks founder says his seven-year legal ordeal - which he calls unjust detention - "is not something that I can forgive." Assange believes the U.S. wants him extradited and arrested in connection with WikiLeaks' publication of classified U.S. documents. (Source: Bloomberg)

Infosys CEO Resigns After Criticism From Founders
09:55 - Infosys Ltd. Chief Executive Officer Vishal Sikka has stepped down following criticism from the company’s founder. Chief Operating Officer Pravin Rao will become interim CEO. Bloomberg's Caroline Hyde reports on "Bloomberg Technology." (Source: Bloomberg)
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