Michael Helou, a Barclays banker who headed the British lender's financial institutions group in the Middle East and North Africa, has resigned from the bank, three sources aware of the matter told Reuters.
Patients who lost limbs in the Boston Marathon bombings started using walkers to move around Boston Medical Center, met with amputee veterans and began to prepare for prosthetic legs.
Thanks in part to its generous tax regime, Singapore has been a millionaire haven for years. But a new report says the tiny island state may soon overtake Switzerland as the world's largest offshore wealth hub.
It's tough out there.
Not good news for a Monday.
A week after the Boston Marathon bombings, questions emerged about why authorities didn't take more interest in the suspects based on their social media posts and their alleged visit to a terror-related website.
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Stephen Schwarzman, the billionaire chairman of Blackstone Group, is setting up a $300m scholarship for foreign students to attend China’s Tsinghua University, the alma mater of senior officials including President Xi Jinping.
"From the moment those parasitic little bundles enter your world they spend the next 20-odd years laying claim to everything in it. They want this. They need that. And if you don't give it to them, well, obviously it's because you don't love them enough. But at some point you have to start looking after your own interests."
A former Citigroup foreign exchange trader is to challenge his dismissal at a London court on Tuesday, potentially the first of many such cases in the wake of the currency market rigging scandal.
China is planning a “circuit breaker” mechanism to prevent any further losses on its volatile stock markets.
More than 2,000 City financiers took home more than £730,000 (€1m) in 2013, according to the EU banking regulator. One was handed more than £13m.