San Francisco police are still looking for the driver and the vehicle and are hoping the public will reach out with any information. San Francisco General hospital spokesman Brent Andrew said Thursday that the man is now in critical condition after additional evaluations.
In exchange for dismissal of the claims against them, the pair have agreed to pay two million USA dollars in civil penalties. Two former Barclays executives will pay fines as well. U.S. federal authorities have faced public outrage and hostile scrutiny from lawmakers over the perceived failure to bring criminal cases against any senior bank executives for their roles in sparking the crisis - despite a Justice Department finding that industry practices involved widespread fraudulent conduct.
As Facebook's data scandal continues to weigh on the company's stock price and the public expresses weariness over its commitment to protecting users, the social network announced a redesign aimed at streamlining and improving its privacy settings.
The project aims to generate "200 gigawatts by 2030 from various [solar] farms all over the country, with a first phase of 7.2 gigawatts", Softbank spokesman Matthew Nicholson told reporters. Son has been a critic of nuclear energy after the 2011 tsunami set off multiple meltdowns in Fukushima, northeastern Japan, the worst nuclear disaster since Chornobyl, and sees solar energy as a key part of his company strategy.
Russia's Ambassador to Ireland Yury Filatov has been told one of his staff must "leave the jurisdiction". Sources from the Department of Foreign Affairs have said there would be no grounds for retaliation from the Russian side to Ireland's expulsion of a diplomat, and say any retaliation against Irish officials would be entirely without foundation.
Gross domestic product, the value of every thing produced and every service rendered in the United States, was revised to a 2.9% annualized rate in the third estimate, up from 2.5% in the second. A separate report from the Commerce Department on Wednesday showed the goods trade deficit rose 0.1 percent in February as an increase in imports slightly outpaced a jump in exports.