Heightened security after Tel Aviv attack

Israeli police spokesperson Micky Rosenfeld says security is heightened in the Israeli city of Tel Aviv after a shooting attack that left three dead. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

Dow finishes back above 18,000 as dollar dips

(Reuters) – The Dow ended above 18,000 for the first time since April on Wednesday as declines in the dollar lifted some commodity-related shares and boosted the outlook for multinationals.

Barclays offers internships to those returning from career breaks

(Reuters) – Barclays Plc said on Wednesday it was launching an internship program in New York targeting people who had taken a career break from the finance industry, the latest move by a big bank to…

Now roughly equal in value, Uber and Daimler trade gentle blows

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 medical examiner rules oilman McClendon’s deadly crash an accident

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.

Morgan Stanley pays $1 million SEC fine over stolen customer data

(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…

Morgan Stanley pays $1 million SEC fine over stolen customer data

(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.

Eritrean officials have committed crimes against humanity – U.N.

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).