Mark V. Shoen had to endure his father’s suicide, a sister-in-law’s murder and an internecine battle on his way to becoming the largest shareholder of Amerco, the parent of truck rental company U-Haul, North America’s biggest moving and storage business.
Britain’s national security adviser is to clear China’s Huawei Technologies Co. of leaving its equipment open to Chinese spying, while recommending that British agencies look at how they can tighten procedures.
The editor of the U.K.’s Guardian newspaper, Alan Rusbridger, denied that his publication of secret U.S. files leaked by former National Security Agency employee Edward Snowden had damaged British security.
Pearson Plc agreed to acquire Grupo Multi, an English-language training company in Brazil, for about 440 million pounds ($721 million) as the London-based company accelerates growth in its education business.
China will donate 10 million yuan ($1.64 million) in relief materials to help the Philippines recover from Typhoon Haiyan, the state-run Global Times newspaper said, after the government earlier offered $100,000.
Medical teams, aid workers and soldiers crammed onto flights to Tacloban city in central Philippines as survivors told of desperation over the trickle of supplies to the area six days after Typhoon Haiyan caused massive destruction.