Chinese hackers attack New York Times’ computers.
Kenneth Clarke: leaving EU would be fatal mistake.
Polish is England’s second language. Census reveals 140,000 cannot speak English.
Facebook revenues up 40%.
Sky’s pre-tax profits rise 7.5% year on year despite 3% ad revenue decline.
MediaCom hires Marco Ramos to run Sky account.
LBi promotes Paolo Yuvienco to global CTO.
ROBERT W. BAIRD & CO
The company said it hired a former Wells Fargo Advisors senior manager to help expand its recruiting of veteran advisers, with plans to open a new office in the Northeast.
Peter Miller joined Baird last week as a senior vice president, based out of the firm’s office in St. Louis, Missouri.
BANCO POPULAR ESPANOL SA
The Spanish lender named risk officer Francisco Gomez Martin as its new chief executive, a role that until now had been vacant leaving Chairman Angel Ron as the top executive.
ITAÚ UNIBANCO HOLDING SA
Brazil’s largest private-sector lender tapped Eduardo Vassimon as senior vice president for risk and compliance, replacing Sergio Werlang, the bank said on Thursday.
STIFEL NICOLAUS & CO
The brokerage firm said on Tuesday it opened a new office in Stuart, Florida with the addition of two veteran adviser teams from the brokerage units of Wells Fargo & Co and Morgan Stanley.
Advisers Robert Sander and Christopher Lesser joined Stifel from Wells Fargo Advisors, the third-largest U.S. brokerage, owned by Wells Fargo & Co.
The private equity firm named Arjun Oberoi as global healthcare sector head and Ivy Santoso as Indonesia country head.
The insurance broker named Greg Whittle as vice president and middle market sales leader for its health and benefits business in Atlanta. Whittle previously worked as health and welfare consultant at Buck Consultants.