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The new law raises the threshold at which banks are deemed too big to fail, and dilutes their capital and planning requirements.
Apple had argued it was owed more than $1 billon while Samsung contended the amount should be only $28 million.
An Arizona woman was killed by the Uber vehicle in the first known pedestrian. death by a self-driving car.
Najib Razak was ousted in a shock defeat in May 9 national elections marked by public anger over the scandal.
Merkel's visit as the head of a delegation of government and business leaders is her first since she formed her new government.
As tensions mount between China and the US over trade tariffs and North Korea, the suspicious episode could further strain relations.
The Commerce Department last month blocked China's ZTE from importing American components for seven years.
The June 12 summit, planned for Singapore, offers a historic chance for peace on the Korean peninsula.
Pyongyang is allowing the limited access to the site to publicize its promise to halt underground tests and launches of intercontinental ballistic missiles.
Sony already owns 30 percent of EMI, so once the deal is finalized, it will own 90 percent of the company.
Clinton ribs Trump with Russian cap at Yale's Class Day
Mark Zuckerberg will face a public grilling over Cambridge Analytica data scandal at the European Parliament.
Powerful parliamentary committee accused government of empty rhetoric after the poisoning of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal.
United States and China reported progress in talks aimed at bringing down America's massive trade deficit with Beijing.
A billion TV viewers enjoy the marriage of the American actress to British prince.
"Right to disconnect" bill sponsored by New York City councilman wants to fine employers $250 who require staff to answer calls and emails after hours.
Campbell Soup CEO Denise Morrison abruptly replaced.
President Donald Trump met with Chinese Vice Premier Liu He, the leader of China's delegation, on Thursday.
The Nord Stream 2 project will double the amount of natural gas Russia can funnel directly to the heart of Europe.
Tensions mount between Europe and Donald Trump's White House over Iran sanctions.