Here's the EU press release.
'Occupy Wall Street' started in Zuccotti Park on 17th September and touched a cord, setting off a series of similar protests around the globe. In the early hours of today, however, the authorities signalled that they had had enough.
Here's the email to staff.
'At one o’clock this morning, the New York City Police Department and the owners of Zuccotti Park notified protestors in the park that they had to immediately remove tents, sleeping bags and other belongings, and must follow the park rules if they wished to continue to use it to protest. Many protestors peacefully complied and left.
Here's a few links to some interesting Bloomberg, New York Times and Reuters stories currently doing the rounds.
Bloomberg's Kenzie Delaine reports from New York City about efforts by police to remove Occupy Wall Street protesters from Lower Manhattan's Zuccotti Park.
Legal claims by employees in the City who claim they have suffered from stress are reaching record levels, says GQ Employment Law, the specialist employment law firm.
Well, it's all change at the top.
The Board of Directors of UBS (BoD) has appointed Sergio P. Ermotti Group Chief Executive Officer with immediate effect.
Sergio Ermotti has just been appointed Group CEO over at UBS. But exactly who is he ?
Greece's last-ditch attempt to get desperately-needed funds from its euro zone neighbors failed on Wednesday, but the country appears eternally optimistic that a list of reforms - as yet to materialize - will unlock vital aid.
The billionaire investor told clients his firm was subpoenaed by prosecutors in New Jersey, according to a letter obtained by CNBC.
We already knew the depth of incompetence displayed by the Financial Conduct Authority during last year’s exit-fee shambles.