Correction: An earlier version of the story misquoted Zelvin as saying there is an arms race in cyberspace. That quote has been clarified to say, "We don't want to create an arms race in cyberspace."
An earlier version of this story incorrectly said that lambrolizumab reduced tumors by 35 percent, but Merck's most recently released data showed a 38-percent reduction.
A previous version of this story incorrectly referenced Treasury prices in the first paragraph instead of Treasury yields.
An earlier version of this story misidentified the Tesla car model.
Correction: A earlier version of the story had foreign ownership of foreign stocks in 2012 at $4.2 billion. The figure is incorrect and should be $4.2 trillion.
An earlier version of this story said that Japanese banks held 40 trillion yen ($390 billion) worth of these bonds. This version corrects that to say some of the biggest banks hold this number.
An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated that Patel was Jim O'Neill's replacement. O'Neill was in fact chairman of Goldman Sachs Asset Management, while Patel is the head of international.
This story was updated to reflect that Activision Blizzard's upcoming Call of Duty: Ghosts game will feature some content that will be exclusive to the new Xbox but that the entire game will not be exclusive to the new system.
The story was updated to reflect that Target missed earnings forecasts and that it earned 82 cents per share, including the effects from opening Canadian stores but excluding losses related to the early retirement of debt and gains from the sale of its credit card business.
This story was updated to reflect that Sam Merksamer was named as a board member of Transocean but not as chairman.