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Regulators Give Ground to Banks

January 7, 2013 |

Global banking regulators watered down a key element of their plan for creating a safer financial system, giving ground to banks that argued the plans were unworkable and financially risky.
WSJ.com: What’s News Asia

Microsoft’s Xbox Faces Tougher Competition

January 6, 2013 |

Microsoft Corp. transformed its Xbox from a videogame machine into a multipurpose entertainment hub. Now, the 11-year-old hardware line is facing its stiffest competition yet.
WSJ.com: US Business

NHL, Union Reach Tentative Agreement

January 6, 2013 |

The NHL and the players association ended their standoff, reaching a tentative agreement on a collective-bargaining deal that will salvage a shortened season after a four-month-long lockout.
WSJ.com: US Business

Pakistan, India in Border Clash

January 6, 2013 |

Pakistan and India traded accusations of violating the boundary line dividing the two sides’ forces in the disputed northern region of Kashmir.
WSJ.com: What’s News Asia

Scandal Hits Greek Tourism Agency

January 6, 2013 |

A multimillion-dollar embezzlement case involving Greece’s national tourism agency has dealt a new blow to the crisis-hit country’s political establishment.
WSJ.com: What’s News Europe

Ex-General Detained Briefly in Turkish Probe

January 6, 2013 |

Turkey’s former armed forces chief was briefly detained in an investigation into the military’s role in toppling the country’s first Islamist-led government in 1997.
WSJ.com: What’s News Europe

India Police Response Criticized

January 6, 2013 |

A man who was present at a brutal gang rape that led to the death of the 23-year-old victim spoke publicly for the first time with details of the attack and harsh words for police.
WSJ.com: What’s News Asia

Swiss Bank Pleads Guilty in Probe

January 6, 2013 |

Switzerland’s oldest bank pleaded guilty to a criminal charge and admitted that it helped wealthy Americans avoid at least $ 20 million in taxes by hiding funds in secret accounts abroad.
WSJ.com: What’s News Europe

In Turkey, Bank Bonds Lure Foreign Investors

January 5, 2013 |

Turkey’s banks are riding the boom in emerging-market debt, capitalizing on the country’s recent credit-rating upgrade and investors’ pursuit of higher yields.
WSJ.com: What’s News Europe

Who Controls a Digital Legacy?

January 5, 2013 |

A family’s struggle to access the online accounts of a child after her death shows that laws meant to safeguard the living fail to address their legacies.
WSJ.com: US Business