Weekly Roundup: Hackers Claim to Publish Bank Client Data for Unpaid Ransom, Germany Takes Tough Tack on Russia Sanctions, and More

Argentine authorities searched HSBC Argentina's headquarters Wednesday in a probe into allegations that the London-based bank helped clients evade taxes, Fox New Latino reported. More Italian tax authorities last month searched Credit Suisse Milan's offices in a similar probe, Reuters said Thursday. More A group of hackers calling itself "Rex Mundi" said it leaked the financial details of approximately 30,000 clients of Switzerland-based Banque Cantonale de Geneve after the bank declined to pay a 10,000-euro ransom, according to Bloomberg. The group has purportedly released e-mails that include clients' names, phone numbers and account numbers. More German Chancellor Angela Merkel said...