Sanna Andersson was looking for new digs. The 23-square-meter (248-square-foot) studio apartment that she shared with her boyfriend in Soedermalm -- the central Stockholm district best known outside of Sweden as the backdrop for Stieg Larsson thrillers -- had grown too cramped.
Boehringer Ingelheim GmbH, the German family-owned drugmaker, withheld or failed to preserve “countless” numbers of files sought by patients suing over the company’s blood thinner Pradaxa and must pay a fine of almost $1 million, a judge ruled.
Stemcor Holdings Ltd., a U.K. steel trader restructuring $1.25 billion of debt, reached an agreement with ICICI Bank Ltd. that will pave the way for the sale of its Indian iron and manganese ore units, said five people familiar with the situation.
Over the past few years, many nations have adopted policies that promise to improve people’s lives while preserving their freedom of choice. These approaches, informed by behavioral economics, are sometimes called nudges.
A former BP Plc senior engineer who helped lead efforts to cap the Macondo well as oil gushed into the Gulf of Mexico in 2010 destroyed evidence sought by the U.S. in a probe of the spill, a federal prosecutor told jurors.
A former BP Plc engineer accused of destroying evidence sought by the U.S. for a probe of the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill went on trial in the first criminal case arising from the disaster to go before a jury.
Thanks to ever-improving technology for intercepting phone calls and text messages, it’s getting easier for U.S. companies’ competitors, both foreign and domestic, to engage in corporate espionage through remote wiretapping. Such activity, which has been widespread in India for years, could be thwarted if U.S. wireless carriers would upgrade their network infrastructure and encryption practices.
Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross said he plans to meet with Jonathan Martin tomorrow to discuss claims of harassment by teammates that led the second-year offensive lineman to walk away from the organization.