Wells Fargo chief forfeits $41-mn equity, bonus, over fake accounts scandal
Apart from forfeiting his bonus and unvested equity, Wells Fargo chairman and CEO John Stumpf will not take his salary during an independent board investigation over the bank's fake-accounts scandal
Smartphone pioneer BlackBerry to no longer make handsets
BlackBerry Ltd, which once captured the devotion of the world's business and political elite with its devices, has announced that it will stop designing and manufacturing the handsets that were the foundation of its reputation for security and mobility
China is India's primary security challenge: UK think-tank
India's major security threat is the terrorism emanating from Pakistan, identified is India's ''primary security challenge'', an annual strategic survey by an influential London-based think-tank says
Dental fillings raise levels of mercury in the body, UGA study says
Assistant professor Xiaozhong (John) Yu and scientist Lei Yin, both from the University of Georgia's College of Public Health, conducted research that shows dental amalgam can contribute to prolonged mercury levels in the body
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