BERLIN (Reuters) – A promised showdown between the chief executives of German luxury car maker Daimler and ride-sharing firm Uber, Silicon Valley’s most valuable private company, turned into more of a wary courtship when the two met publicly on Wednesday.
OKLAHOMA CITY (Reuters) – The fiery crash that killed U.S. oilman Aubrey McClendon in March after his car hit a wall was an accident, Oklahoma’s medical examiner said on Wednesday, echoing a police inquiry’s findings a day earlier that there was no evidence of suicide.
(Reuters) – Morgan Stanley has agreed to pay a $1 million fine to settle U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission civil charges that security lapses at the Wall Street bank enabled a former financial adviser to tap into its computers and take client data home, the regulator said on Wednesday.
United Nations human rights investigators say Eritrean officials have committed crimes against humanity, including torture, rape, murder and enslaving hundreds of thousands of people. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).