Has Apple analyst Edward Zabitsky finally been proven right?
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – Patients and their families are rarely told when hospitals make mistakes with their medicines, according to a new study.
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) – The use of performance-enhancing drugs is now a public health matter rather than simply a sporting problem, delegates said at a top anti-doping conference.
A US jury says Samsung should pay Apple $ 1.05bn in damages in a patent dispute, and rejects claims Apple breached its rival’s technologies.
WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) – Stanford University has sent a “cease and desist” letter to Nu Skin Enterprises Inc asking the company to stop using a university researcher’s name in its advertising,…
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York said Tuesday it had received word as early as 2007 from the British bank Barclays about problems with the benchmark interest rate that underpins much of global lending. Read full article >>
A Google engineer knowingly created software that would collect sensitive personal information about people without their knowledge, according to an un-redacted version of a federal investigative report. Read full article >>
SANFORD, Florida (Reuters) – The man who shot and killed an unarmed Florida teenager in a case that has sparked widespread public outrage told police the victim had punched him, knocked him down and slammed his head into the pavement … Continue reading
CHARDON, Ohio (Reuters) – A 17-year-old student suspected of a shooting rampage at an Ohio high school that killed three teenagers and wounded two others has confessed to opening fire on students he chose at random, prosecutors said Tuesday.
Police are investigating a “network of corrupt officials” as part of their inquiries into phone hacking and police corruption, the Leveson Inquiry hears.