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The Premier League's first gay footballer

Australia Fans

There've been lots of articles written about how difficult it is for gay footballers to come out - especially when they are still playing. Can you imagine, for example, the stick an Arsenal player would get at White Hart Lane, or a Tottenham player at The Emirates ?

Lehman creditors still being repaid

Pile Of Coins

Some of Lehman Brothers' Europe-based creditors will be repaid almost all the funds owed to them, according to the administrator of the European operations of the defunct investment bank.

Ex-Barclays execs launch Arabesque

Barclays Canary Wharf

A group of former Barclays executives are launching a London-based asset management firm that combines socially responsible and Islamic investment principles, seeking to build crossover appeal among both investor segments.

Ex-Deutsche CEO not to blame for tragic suicide

Josef Ackermann

In his first public comments since resigning from Switzerland's largest insurer after being named in the suicide note of its finance chief, Josef Ackermann said it was unfair to blame him for what he called a surprise tragedy.



RBS building

RBS exec said told client about Libor support in 2007

A Royal Bank of Scotland executive told a hedge fund client as early as August 2007 that banks were setting Libor rates to support their own trading, according to evidence from a U.K. lawsuit alleging that RBS’s misconduct has yet to be fully exposed.

Gavel Jason Morrison

Rabobank traders convicted of rate rigging

A New York jury convicted two ex-Rabobank Groep traders of rigging a key financial benchmark in the first such trial since the government pledged in September to hold bankers accountable for wrongdoing.