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  • Pictures in the News | August 27, 2012

     
    We have a festive start to Monday's Pictures in the News beginning in Scotland, where street entertainers perform on the final day of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. One of the largest arts festivals in the world, it was established as an alternative to...
  • The Week in Pictures | August 27 – September 2, 2012

     
    Each week we bring you the very best in visual journalism. Hurricane Isaac pounded the Gulf Coast this week, downing trees, causing widespread power outages and leaving parts of Louisiana and Mississippi underwater. See gallery...
  • Greek journalist in court for revealing names of potential tax cheats

     
    A Greek investigative journalist appeared in court Monday on charges of breaching privacy after he published a list of 2,000 names of people suspected of stashing more than a billion euros in Swiss bank accounts. Kostas Vaxevanis says the list is the same...
  • Greek journalist acquitted in breach-of-privacy case

     
    An Athens court on Thursday acquitted a Greek journalist accused of breaching privacy and data protection laws for publishing a list of more than 2,000 Greeks with Swiss bank accounts....
  • The Week in Pictures | January 14 – 20, 2013

     
    The Week in Pictures from around the world....
  • Pictures in the News | January 18, 2013

     
    Pictures in the News from around the world....
  • Price of gold surges on Fed stimulus hopes; is it headed for $2,000?

    Price of gold surges on Fed stimulus hopes; is it headed for $2,000?
    The spot price of gold lurched up Thursday as anticipation of new stimulus measures worldwide grew. The precious metal was up 1.9% to $1,669.10 an ounce, propelled in part by an unexpected rise in jobless claims that highlighted the job market's...
  • Fake takeover: Chinese businessman made up purchase of U.S. bank

    Fake takeover: Chinese businessman made up purchase of U.S. bank
    Buying Delaware-based Atlantic Bank for $60 million was a coup for Chinese businessman Lin Chunping. Earlier this year, Lin was all over the Chinese news describing his purchase of the bankrupt 85-year-old institution, which he he said planned to...
  • HSBC linked to drug lords and terrorists, Senate report alleges

    HSBC linked to drug lords and terrorists, Senate report alleges
    HSBC Holdings, accused in a Senate report this week of exposing the U.S. financial system to illegal funds from Saudi Arabian terrorists, Mexican drug cartels and rogue regimes in North Korea and Cuba, will send a lineup of executives Tuesday to face a...
  • Corporations and execs need penalties that hurt

    Corporations and execs need penalties that hurt
    If you're concerned about corporate crime, 2012 looked like a pretty successful year for the good guys. The Thousand Oaks biotech giant Amgen paid $762 million in fines and penalties and pleaded guilty to a federal charge related to illegal marketing of...
  • China's trade surplus shrinks on weakened global demand

     
    China’s trade surplus narrowed in September for the second consecutive month on slower growth of imports and exports, reflecting a weakening global economy. Trade data released Thursday showed Chinese exports rose 17.1% last month from a year ago,...