(Reuters) - General Motors Co persuaded a federal appeals
court to uphold the dismissal of a $3 billion lawsuit in which
Spyker NV accused it of derailing a plan to sell the Swedish
automaker Saab to a Chinese company.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The Obama administration is considering
quarantines for healthcare workers returning from Ebola-ravaged
West African countries, an official said on Friday, as authorities
in New York retraced the steps of a doctor with the disease.
OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canada vowed on Friday to toughen laws
against terrorism as an opinion poll showed a majority of Canadians
lacked confidence in their security services' ability to deter
homegrown radicals who struck twice in the past week.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - In a vivid display of fury at European
Union technocrats, British Prime Minister David Cameron refused to
pay a surprise 2.1-billion-euro bill on Friday as EU leaders
ordered an urgent review of the calculations used.
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - A group of 25 banks have failed
European health checks, while up to 10 of those continue to have a
capital shortfall, two people familiar with the matter said on
Friday, providing a snapshot of the health of the region's lenders.
ISTANBUL/BEIRUT (Reuters) - A senior Syrian Kurdish official
on Friday rejected a report from Turkey's president that Syrian
Kurds had agreed to let Free Syrian Army fighters enter the border
town of Kobani to help them push back besieging Islamic State