A former adviser to model Elle Macpherson dropped her phone-hacking claim against News Corp.’s U.K. unit because of a lack of evidence that her voice mail was accessed by the company, her lawyers said at a London hearing.
Facebook’s “Like” feature is vital to 500 million people who share ideas on the social network and must have free-speech protection under the U.S. Constitution, a lawyer for the company told a federal appeals court.
Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc, the recipient of the biggest banking bailout in the world, will eliminate more jobs and close additional branches before its restructuring is complete, Chairman Philip Hampton said.
Deborah Bernstein, who worked at Goldman Sachs Group Inc., Pequot Capital Management Inc. and Aquiline Capital Partners LLC in the 15 years since she graduated from Stanford University’s business school, has died. She was 41.
A Chinese spy suspect pleaded guilty to violating computer-use rules of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration after prosecutors said they didn’t find any secret information on his electronic devices.