Franklin Resources Inc, which operates as Franklin Templeton Investments, has announced that it has agreed to acquire a majority stake in K2 Advisors Holdings, a leading, independent fund of hedge funds manager.
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Manchester United appear to have an easy group with Romanian and Portuguese qualifiers CFR Cluj and Braga and recently resurrected Galatasaray; but after last year's disastrous European campaign Sir Alex Ferguson's men will be taking no chances.
Chelsea have had a very good start to the campaign, currently topping the Premier League table. Ominously they are only going to get stronger.
Aston Villa and Celtic are both still searching for their first points of the campaign and Villa will hope Samir Carruthers can lead them to success, while Juventus, Paris Saint-Germain, Ajax and Molde all also in action.
Blackburn Rovers sit top of the Championship after six games, can they continue their form, asks Rob Critchley, and how will supporters react if they can't?
'I'm 43 now, but when I was 22 I too walked away from banking to pursue my dream - which was to be a stand up comedian. After about a year, however, the 'reality' of my new life started to dawn on me...
UBS AG plans to cut about 80 to 90 jobs in its European investment- banking division as part of a global revamp, according to two people familiar with the matter.
Goldman Sachs will be allowed to move a set of protected murals from a building in the City of London financial district, a decision that may clear the way for the investment bank’s new European headquarters.
Which? has launched a major new campaign, ‘Big Change’, calling on the banks to put customers first not bankers, as new research shows that banking is one of the least trusted professions.