Detroit election problems go well beyond voting machines

Stein's campaign raised about $7.3 million to fund her recount efforts in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and MI, and she said she expects there to be some leftover money once all expenses are paid. Thomas also said his office would investigate other reports of election problems in the Detroit region, including missing poll books and too few or too many ballots, the Detroit Free Press exclusively reported.

Nusli Wadia files defamation suit against Tata Sons in Bombay high court

Wadia, who is an independent director of Tata Steel, Tata Motors and Tata Chemicals had earlier claimed that he has been targeted for his "independence of mind and action" and he is not required to act in their interest as he does not serve the Tata group in any capacity.

Maine joins antitrust lawsuit against generic drugmakers

Generic drugs account for 90 percent of all prescriptions dispensed in the US, according to the latest figures from QuintilesIMS, a pharmaceutical analytics company. In November, Attorney General Herring announced the completion of a reorganization of the OAG Consumer Protection Section to more efficiently and effectively enforce Virginia's consumer protection laws, provide exceptional customer service in resolving complaints and disputes, and provide robust consumer education to keep ...

Bank of England keeps interest rate on hold

The central bank is now predicting inflation will rise to 2.75 percent in 2018, above the bank's 2 percent target. Officials at the central bank pointed to the more-than 6 percent appreciation of the pound sterling since its forecasts in November.

Dollar charges higher after Fed hikes rates

Dollar charges higher after Fed hikes rates

The U.S. economy expanded at an annual rate of 3.2 percent in the third quarter of this year, higher than the second quarter growth of 1.4 percent, driven by strong consumer spending; the job market continued strengthening and the unemployment rate fell to 4.6 percent in November, the lowest level since 2007; and the inflation has increased since earlier this year, with core inflation rate rising to 1.7 percent in October.

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