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  1. Germany: Mosque attack suspect sent money to French group

    Associated Press via Yahoo FinanceApr 04 21:20 PM

    The suspected New Zealand mosque gunman sent money to a French far-right group and once bought a ticket to Bavaria's "fairytale castle," German police said Thursday. The Federal Criminal ...

  2. Wednesday, April 10, 2019 Get the Morning Brief sent directly to your inbox every Monday to Friday by 6:30 a.m. ET. Subscribe WHAT TO WATCH Ahead of the opening bell, the U.S. Labor Department ...

  3. A picture sent back to Earth from the Beresheet lander during its descent shows the moon’s cratered surface 22 kilometers (13.6 miles) below. In the foreground, a sign emblazoned with ...

  4. Musk sent more Tesla-related tweets in March than any month since June, according to a Bloomberg News analysis of his activity on the social network. “I have great respect for Judge Nathan ...

  5. Most of the bank’s 2,000 employees were sent home when the lights went off in Caracas on March 25 -- and haven’t been able to return since, said the people on condition of anonymity.

  6. Police declared safe two suspicious packages sent to the Bank of England on Friday and said cordons closing off nearby roads had been lifted. The Bank of England had no comment. Last ...

  7. Turner sent the email at 11:45 a.m. Monday, according to Scherer's complaint filed in Broward Circuit Court, alleging extortion and abuse of process. Bruce Rogow — counsel to Scherer ...

  8. Barclays warns against 'disruptive' activist Bramson

    Reuters via Yahoo FinanceApr 11 18:10 PM

    In response to a letter sent by Bramson's Sherborne investment vehicle to shareholders on April 8, Barclays said the activist investor would have "a disruptive and uncollaborative influence ...

  9. More than a year after SpaceX sent its Falcon Heavy rocket on a majestic test launch, the second Falcon Heavy put a satellite in orbit today for its first customer. SpaceX also recovered ...

  10. Ghosn's lawyers appeal to Japan Supreme Court over detention

    Associated Press via Yahoo FinanceApr 10 8:45 AM

    The lawyers for Nissan's former Chairman Carlos Ghosn, who was sent back to detention while out on bail, filed a protest with the Japanese Supreme Court on Wednesday. Lawyer Junichiro ...