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New chief executive expected to draw line under previous management
“Several guests are unwelcome at Pontins”. (And they all happen to have Irish surnames.)
Sir Joseph Nathaniel Lyons DL will be spinning in his grave.
This time, outside of Zone 1.
A suspect in one of Germany’s biggest financial frauds talked of assembling a Libyan militia and bragged of adventures with Russian troops
Vanished chief operating officer of fraud-hit payments group hinted at secret service links
The cost of the coronavirus crisis means governments want to reduce tax avoidance by business
One consequence of Markus Braun’s downfall.
Tim Albrecht of DWS and Alexander Darwall of Devon Equity Management made outsized bets despite fraud warnings
Researchers found 28,000 web pages set up to steal passwords from elected officials, lawyers and journalists
Venture set up by investment banker Ian Hannam runs out of funds
Remember that stocks are a store of value
Re-upping some pictures of an odd couple snapped with a strange piece of kit, pointed at (now former) FT HQ...
Former Libyan intelligence chief oversaw surveillance of investors including Crispin Odey
Wirecard analysis is defamatory and wrong
Connecticut and Pennsylvania-based companies in discussions over possible combination
'Trust us not to harm you,' say Flutter et al.
Overseas gamblers can use loosely regulated partner sites to access UK platform
We will find out at 2pm London time.
And how could it when the cops are still investigating?
Wirecard compliance officer was no book cook.
We're looking for a bit of help, on the quiet.
In a Mifid II world it's important to clock stuff like this.
Financial companies need to be vigilant and to share ideas, cyber experts say