There are two ways of looking at Xenoblade Chronicles.
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Apple’s chief executive Tim Cook has called on US legislators to rethink their support of so-called religious freedom laws, which enshrine the ability of individuals to breach nondiscrimination laws if the laws go against personal religious beliefs.
Nick Clegg has refused to rule out supporting Conservative plans for a referendum on Britain’s EU membership if the Liberal Democrats go into coalition with the party after May’s general election.
David Cameron has launched the general election campaign with a warning in Downing Street that the British people face a stark choice between a safe and secure future under the Tories or economic chaos under Labour.
Alleged disagreement about how to implement strategy to scale back the corporate and institutional banking unit.
U.K. financial-services employment fell for the second consecutive quarter as banks cut costs amid restrictions on capital and tougher regulation, according to a Confederation of British Industry survey.
The French division of UBS has been placed under formal investigation by French authorities and been asked to pay a $43.5m bail, UBS said on Friday, in an escalation of a long-running probe into allegations the bank helped clients avoid taxes.
A former Credit Suisse banker and a Swiss trust firm founder who pleaded guilty were spared prison after helping the U.S. government build a $2.6bn criminal tax case against the bank.
Gordon Dyal, the co-chairman of Goldman Sachs' investment banking division, has decided to retire, according to a company memo seen by Reuters.
John Whitehead, the late Wall Street banker who led Goldman Sachs’s expansion overseas, was also an avid art collector who owned works by Claude Monet and Amedeo Modigliani.
Nomura will defend claims by a U.S. regulator that it sold defective mortgage-backed securities to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac before the 2008 financial crisis, becoming the first bank to take such a case to trial.
Shadow banking in general has come back to life after getting hammered during the financial crisis, but one segment has been especially rampant.