The European Union has served notice that senior bondholders will be in the firing line for losses when banks go bust, yet the law’s fine print leaves room for confusion.
Some pesticides used in agriculture may damage learning capacity in the brains of honeybees, according to U.K. research.
The credibility of Europe’s efforts to restore confidence in its financial system hangs in the balance as lawmakers try to broker a deal on a bank-failure authority for the 18-nation euro area.
In the hunt for ways to extend life, scientists are turning to an unlikely source: the gas that gives rotten eggs their distinctive foul smell.
The next new treatment for breast, colon and prostate cancers, among others, may be a diabetes drug first approved in 1958.