George Osbourne and David Cameron booed by up to 80,000 at Paralympics.
Jeremy Hunt, the secretary for culture, media, sport and the Olympics, has been moved to the position of health secretary as part of the Government’s cabinet reshuffle.
Andrex to return real puppy for 40th anniversary campaign.
Google denies racial profiling via Gmail.
GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) has appointed Procter & Gamble’s Sameer Singh as its vice-president and head of global media, to spearhead a new approach to media planning, buying and strategy.
Future’s Malcolm Stoodley lands sales director role at CBS Outdoor.
Nike poaches Burberry social-media chief Musa Tariq.
Kimberly-Clark is carrying out a restructure of its European management team that will involve the departure of former marketing chief Troy Warfield.
C.A. BANCORP INC
The Canadian merchant bank’s CFO Jillian Crump has resigned to pursue other opportunities. Kurt Brands, the company’s chief executive, will fulfil the duties of the chief financial officer going forward.
MORGAN STANLEY SMITH BARNEY
Several dozen Morgan Stanley Smith Barney advisers who manage tens of billions of dollars of client money are considering leaving the firm, saying that widespread technology problems have made it very difficult for them to do their jobs, according to people familiar with the matter.
LIFE PARTNERS HOLDINGS INC
The company, which has been accused of accounting fraud by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, fired its Chief Financial Officer Scott Dubs, who took over just 11 days ago.
BENJAMIN F. EDWARDS & CO
The boutique brokerage opened a new office in Kansas after landing four veteran advisers from Wells Fargo & Co on Friday.
The new hires joined Benjamin Edwards from Wells Fargo Advisors, the brokerage unit of the San Francisco-based bank.
LAXFIELD CAPITAL LTD
The UK-based loan manager appointed Daniel Smith as head of its origination business. Smith was previously managing director at Eurohypo AG.
The company named Alexander Pletnev as deputy head of the structured finance division in its corporate investment business (CIB) team on Aug. 27. He joins from Russia’s No. 2 crude producer Lukoil.