News Corp.’s Times newspaper in London, which escaped the phone-hacking and bribery scandals at Rupert Murdoch’s other U.K. titles, was sued by a former police blogger for hacking into his e-mail account in 2009.
When the Francis Crick Institute opens next to London’s St. Pancras station in 2015, Nobelist Paul Nurse expects its labs won’t only grow bacteria, mold or stem cells. They will also grow science talent.
Rajat Gupta, the ex-Goldman Sachs Group Inc. director accused of giving inside information to fund manager Raj Rajaratnam about that company and Procter & Gamble Co., may face additional allegations he passed tips, prosecutors said.
U.K. police probing computer hacking and voice-mail interception by News Corp.’s British newspapers arrested two ex-employees suspected in separate conspiracies related to the use of stolen information.
Medical device makers have spent the last year urging U.S. officials to approve high-risk products faster, like their European counterparts. A scandal over leaking breast implants made in France may make the argument harder.