Lufthansa could face "unlimited" compensation claims for the crash that killed 150 people in the French alps and it would be difficult, even counterproductive, for the German carrier to try to avoid liability, experts said Friday.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau proposed rules Thursday to protect Americans from stumbling into what it calls a “debt trap.” At the heart of the plan is a requirement that payday lenders verify borrowers’ incomes before approving a loan.
Wells Fargo on Wednesday named a new Columbia region bank president – Kathy Heffley, a Greenville native who worked her way to the top from beginning as a part-time teller in Texas. We talk to her and Wells Fargo S.C. executives about the move, the bank, and banking.
Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C. argued the plant is 60 percent complete and the plutonium — enough to build 17,000 warheads — needs to be destroyed for national security reasons. He said changing the disposal method would require a new deal with Russia, which has agreed to destroy its own 34 metric tons.
Fourteen graduate students in royal blue polo shirts emblazoned with University of Florida College of Engineering logos sit around conference tables and at their computer stations, awaiting their team leader, adviser and director of the Human Experience Research Lab.
A jury decided Friday that a prestigious venture capital firm did not discriminate or retaliate against a female employee in a case that shined a light on gender imbalance and working conditions for women in Silicon Valley.
The Vermont House on Friday passed a nearly $1.5 billion general fund budget that would put part of any extra money at the end of the fiscal year into low-income heating aid. It also raised $33.2 million in new revenue and rejected a legislative pay cut.
The ratings agency Fitch has downgraded Greece's sovereign rating amid growing uncertainty over the new government's pledge to overhaul reforms needed to restart bailout loan payments and avoid default.