Amanda Knox, who says she’s “haunted” by nearly four years spent in an Italian jail, won’t return from the U.S. for an appeals retrial for the 2007 killing of her British roommate Meredith Kercher, which starts today in Florence.
The U.S. is probing the possibility of anticompetitive practices in the e-book industry, Sharis Pozen, the acting chief of the U.S. Justice Department’s antitrust division told a House committee in Washington yesterday.
Apple Inc., accused by the U.S. of being the ringleader in a conspiracy with publishers to fix electronic book prices, went to trial in a case that will feature evidence from its deceased founder, Steve Jobs.
U.S. airlines are canceling flights at the fastest clip in a decade as storms from blizzards to hurricanes wallop the busiest hubs, and full planes are making it harder for stranded travelers to rebook trips.
U.S. derivatives regulators approved restrictions on how brokers can invest customer funds, acting on a delayed rule after as much as $1.2 billion went missing before MF Global Holdings Ltd. sought bankruptcy protection.
Lower Manhattan office vacancies fell in the first quarter to the lowest since 2008 as technology and creative firms priced out of the midtown south area spilled into the market, Cushman & Wakefield said,