Investor Questions Standard Chartered Over $340 Million Fine - Report
One of Standard Chartered PLC's (STAN.LN) key U.K. investors has questioned the bank's decision to pay a $340 million fine for suspect Iranian dollar trades, despite insisting that the claims against it were flawed, the Sunday Telegraph reported.
Anglo American Nears Chile Deal - Report
Anglo American PLC (AAL.LN) is closing in on a deal to hand a stake in the Los Bronces project over to Chile at a discount of several billion dollars later this week, U.K. newspaper The Sunday Times reports.
Qatari State Threatens Xstrata Merger - Report
The Qatari state investment fund has pushed the world's largest merger to the" brink of collapse" this weekend after building up a stake almost big enough to block the deal, the U.K. newspaper The Sunday Times reports.
WikiLeaks founder Assange to make first public appearance in 2 months
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange planned to make his first public appearance Sunday since he took refuge inside Ecuador's embassy in London two months ago, seeking to avoid extradition to Sweden for questioning over sexual misconduct allegations.
Hurricane Gordon speeds across Atlantic toward eastern Azores islands
Hurricane Gordon sped across the Atlantic early Sunday toward the eastern Azores islands, where a hurricane warning is in effect, U.S. forecasters in Miami said.
Sudan government helicopter crash kills all 32 people on board
The office of the Sudanese president says all 32 people on board died when a plane carrying a government delegation crashed in the country's south.
Suicide bomber kills 7 Russian policemen at funeral
A suicide bomber blew himself up as policemen in southern Russia gathered Sunday for the funeral of a slain colleague, killing at least seven of the policemen and badly wounding 12 other people, investigators said.
In the FCS Huddle: 2012 Patriot League Preview
Lehigh enters the season as the team to beat in the Patriot League football race
CUP: A Wild Day For Wild Cards
Kyle Busch needs a win. So does Carl Edwards. And Joey Logano. And Jeff Gordon. The uncertainties of the wild-card race for positions in the Chase for the Sprint Cup field should add some spice to Sunday's Pure Michigan 400, a race already more interesting than normal because of the evolving track
Dems attack Ryan plan to privatize Social Security
Democrats are eagerly renewing their fight against privatizing Social Security now that Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has picked Paul Ryan as his running mate. It was a fight that didn't go well for the GOP when President George W. Bush pushed the idea in 2005.