Weekly Roundup: Lawmakers Revive NKorea Sanctions Bill, PwC Pays $55 Million for Madoff Audits, and More

U.S. lawmakers will reintroduce legislation as early as Tuesday that would make blocking sanctions against North Korea mandatory, the Associated Press said. The measure, which languished for nearly a year until North Korea's fourth test of a nuclear bomb earlier this week, would target any individual or business that has contributed to the nation's nuclear and ballistic missile development. More The U.S. Treasury Department blacklisted Lebanese telecommunications firm Spectrum Investment Group Holding SAL and its chairman, Ali Youssef Charara, for investing millions of dollars into commercial enterprises on behalf of Hezbollah. More Russia isn't planning to sanction Hamas and Hezbollah...