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  • CIA Interrogation More Frequent, Senators Said to Find

    The CIA failed to disclose to Congress how widely it used extreme interrogation methods, which in one case led to a prisoner’s death from hypothermia, according to two U.S. officials who have seen a 6,300-page report by the Senate intelligence committee.

  • Feinstein ‘Open to Changes’ in NSA Bulk Records Program

    Dianne Feinstein, chairman of the U.S. Senate’s intelligence committee, said she is “open to changes” that would end the National Security Agency’s collection of bulk phone records.

  • Teva Returns to Roots after 'Nuthouse' Board Ousts CEO

    This time last year, the chairman and chief executive officer of Israel’s Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd., the world’s biggest generic drugmaker, were foreigners. Miami billionaire Phillip Frost led the board and Jeremy Levin, a South African, was CEO. They were the first non- Israelis to hold those positions.

  • Chinese Army in Your Toaster Signals Rising Grid Attacks

    New technology promising to weave the Internet into North America’s power grid could bring cyber- attacks all the way into your home kitchen, according to a new study.

  • Limits Seen in White House Cybersecurity Executive Order

    The White House may have difficulty bolstering U.S. cyber defenses through an executive order unless there’s enough public support, according to former National Security Agency director Michael Hayden.

  • Huawei Denies Spying Claims of Ex-CIA Director Hayden

    Huawei Technologies Co., China’s largest maker of telecommunications equipment, denied that it poses a security threat after the former director of the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency said it spies for China.

  • Obama Seeks More Public Support for NSA Policy, Hayden Says

    U.S. President Barack Obama’s call for more oversight and transparency in the National Security Agency’s surveillance programs shows that he wants to make Americans “more comfortable” with the agency’s operations, former NSA director Michael Hayden said.

  • Snowden Leak ‘Bad News’ for U.S. Businesses, Hayden Says

    Leaked information on U.S. government surveillance programs has “punished American business,” which has complied with court orders, said Michael Hayden, former director of the National Security Agency and the Central Intelligence Agency.

  • Ex-NSA Chief Says Leaker’s Acts Should Have Tripped Alarm

    The disclosure of National Security Agency secrets by 29-year-old computer systems technician Edward Snowden is drawing new scrutiny of security processes and U.S. intelligence agencies’ reliance on contractors such as Snowden’s employer, Booz Allen Hamilton Holding Corp.

  • Teva Sees $3 Billion in 2020 Sales of Reformulated Drugs

    Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd.’s plan to reformulate or repurpose existing drugs will generate $3 billion of sales by 2020, part of a strategy to counter a decline in revenue from its best-selling Copaxone multiple sclerosis treatment.

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