* At odds over who decides, pays to sort out troubled banks
LONDON, March 9 - Mark Carney faces probably his toughest questioning so far as Bank of England governor next week when lawmakers will seize on a foreign exchange scandal to press their demands for tighter oversight of the central bank.
KUALA LUMPUR, March 9 - Malaysian investigators are checking the identity of four passengers on a missing Malaysia Airlines flight, but have not yet determined if the plane was downed by an attack, the country's transport minister said on Sunday
March 9 - The sudden disappearance of a Malaysia Airlines jetliner with 239 people aboard represents one of the rarest kinds of aviation disaster, and the mystery is compounded by uncertainty about which country's jurisdiction the plane came down in.
March 8 - The U.S. National Transportation Safety Board said on Saturday it has dispatched a team to Asia to help investigate the crash of a Malaysia Airlines jet early Saturday that is presumed to have claimed 239 lives.
KUALA LUMPUR, March 9 - Malaysian authorities are investigating the identities of at least two other passengers on a missing Malaysia Airlines flight, in addition to two who were found to be using stolen passports, a security official said.
ROME, March 8 - No Italian was on board a missing Malaysia Airlines plane, the Rome Foreign Ministry said on Saturday, despite an Italian citizen being included on the passenger list.
MUMBAI, March 8 - Indian drugmaker Ranbaxy Laboratories Ltd, reeling under a flurry of regulatory rebukes due to manufacturing quality concerns, has recalled more than 64,000 bottles of the generic version of a cholesterol-lowering drug in the United States after doseage mix-up was detected.
March 7 - Indian drug maker Ranbaxy Laboratories Ltd has recalled more than 64,000 bottles of the generic versions of its cholesterol-lowering drug in the United States due to reports of a dose mix-up, U.S. regulators said.
NEW HAVEN, Conn., March 7 - A federal jury on Friday found former Jefferies Group Inc trader Jesse Litvak guilty of defrauding clients on mortgage bond trades made after the financial crisis.
- Financial: UPDATE 1-JPMorgan whistleblower gets $63.9 mln in mortgage fraud deal
- Technology: U.S. extends Terremark contract as HealthCare.gov host
- Healthcare: UPDATE 1-U.S. FDA asks Sanofi, Regeneron to assess cholesterol drug's cognitive risks
- Consumer: UK court ruling may prompt more scrutiny of Amazon tax plans
- Energy: UPDATE 1-ETP plans new Bakken-to-Gulf Coast pipeline after others fail
- Industrials: Energy Transfer Partners plans Bakken pipeline
- M&A: DEALTALK-Private equity seen moving on cash-starved miners
- Bankruptcy: Austria's Nowotny supports Hypo bad bank without state guarantees
- IPOs: UPDATE 1-Rolls-Royce to buy Daimler stake of power systems unit with cash, borrowing
- Private Capital: peHUB-JP Morgan Chase's sale of private equity arm stalls
- Hedge Funds: Computer-driven trade to grab market share in 2014
- Malaysian jetliner may have turned back before vanishing |
- Russian forces tighten grip on Crimea despite U.S. warning |
- Libya authorizes use of force against North Korean-flagged tanker
- A washing machine factory tests Italy's industrial future
- Japan Airlines plane makes emergency landing in Honolulu
- Bank of England's Carney faces grilling over foreign exchange scandal
- 'What bailout exit?' Portuguese ask, braced for more hardship
- EU aims for deal on tackling failing banks next week
- India set to challenge U.S. for election-spending record
- Suicide bomber kills 32 in Iraqi city of Hilla