From Russia with Litigation. US investigators are turning up the heat on Deutsche Bank, expanding their investigation into the possibility that the German bank breached sanctions by helping some of its Russian clients launder money through 'mirror trades'.
Google's geeky buyback. Google, sorry Alphabet executives trying to decide how many shares to buy back after their recent profit statement probably came up with a rough idea of what actually made sense first. But then they tweaked it to reflect their undoubted geekiness, deciding that $5,099,019,513.59 was perfect because it was the square root of 26 -- the number of letters in the alphabet.
Stanford Sex Scandal. A professor at Stanford's Graduate School of Business found out his wife (a hotshot professor adored by the Silicon Valley set) was getting jiggy with his boss. He sued the shit out of everyone.
Jersey, Yo! Chris Christie, the rambunctious Presidential hopeful, lost a few votes on an Amtrak train ride on Sunday. He joined the quiet car in the train, then proceeded to speak at his usual volume (which is very loud) before, presumably, being shushed. His spokeswoman said it was all a silly accident.