Pakistan’s Defense Ministry is seeking to cancel the Geo television channel’s license after it aired comments accusing the country’s main spy agency of involvement in a gun attack on the host of one its talk shows.
Google Inc.’s stake in the outcome of a $2 billion trial over smartphones using its Android operating system was revealed by testimony that the company indemnified Samsung Electronics Co. against some of Apple Inc.’s patent claims.
Al Jazeera Satellite Network told Delaware’s highest court it shouldn’t be forced to make public the terms of a contract dispute that led AT&T Inc. to bar Al Jazeera America from its cable distribution system.
Jacques Servier, the billionaire founder of France’s second-largest drugmaker, Les Laboratoires Servier, who late in life faced accusations of hiding information about life-threatening risks caused by a diabetes drug his companies sold, has died. He was 92.
The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating a crash that killed 10 people yesterday when a FedEx Corp. truck slammed into a bus carrying more than 40 high school students in Orland, California.