Andy Murray runs out of steam at final hurdle as Novak Djokovic takes third Australian title in row.
French-led troops enter Timbuktu.
Addiction soars as online gambling hits £2bn mark.
OMG appoints ITV’s Jenny Bullis to lead data and technology.
Grand Union, the interactive agency, has appointed Adrian Gans as its executive planning director.
McDonald’s to create 2,500 UK jobs.
Northern & Shell combines print and TV partnerships teams.
Michael Clarke, Premier Foods’ chief executive, has stepped down from the role after less than 18 months, and has been replaced by Gavin Darby, the former Coke marketing director and Cable & Wireless chief executive.
Struggling car-maker Opel/Vauxhall has promoted Duncan Aldred to its top marketing job, following the departure of Alfred Rieck after only seven months in the role.
RAYMOND JAMES FINANCIAL INC
The company said on Friday it added a veteran team of advisers from top U.S. brokerage Morgan Stanley Wealth Management, expanding its adviser footprint in Pennsylvania.
Philip Maurer, his wife, Barbara Maurer, and David Kushner moved to Raymond James on Wednesday from Morgan Stanley’s wealth management division.
BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON CORP
The financial services firm named Eric Fu as the managing director of BNY’s intermediary distribution team. Fu will be based in Hong Kong.
RELIGARE CAPITAL MARKETS LTD
The investment banking arm of India’s Religare Enterprises appointed Jason Barakat-Brown as head of advisory based in Singapore. Brown will lead Religare’s corporate finance team.
Britain’s second-biggest insurer named Khor Hock Seng as the chief executive of Aviva Asia.
Seng joins Aviva from AIA where he was the CEO and managing director of the AIA’s Malaysian business and was also the regional executive responsible for a number of AIA’s Southeast Asian markets.
ARBUTHNOT LATHAM & CO
The London-based private bank named Dan Saxby as director of private banking. Saxby previously worked with Coutts & Co where he was an executive director and wealth manager.