Washington gunman heard voices.
Edward Snowden ‘living incognito in Russia’.
Cost of abandoned NHS records system hits £10bn.
Clegg pledges free school meals for infants.
Hawking backs assisted suicide.
Brazil president snubs Obama.
The best job in the world? Nasa recruits volunteers to spend 70 days in bed at £3,000 a month.
Police chiefs support ‘drunk tanks’.
JP Morgan chief announces shake-up and warns of further ‘legal issues’.
Government makes £60m profit on £3bn Lloyds share sale.
US super-rich richer than ever.
Harry spends night in giant freezer. David Cameron embroiled in race row over Spurs’ ‘Yid’ chan
Workers ‘dislike open-plan offices’.
Austria police shooting: Gunman shoots four dead before being found dead himself.
Family of reclusive heiress fights over $300m copper mining fortune she left to charity and her care staff.
JP MORGAN CHASE
The company appointed Antoine Massoud as a senior banker in its Middle East private banking team. Massoud was previously a private banker at Goldman Sachs Bank AG in Geneva, where he focused on ultra high net worth clients in the Middle East.
The boutique institutional asset manager named Jussi Louekoski as director, institutional clients for the Nordic region. Louekoski joins from Capital Dynamics where he was head of sales for Northern Europe.
ALTIUS ASSOCIATES LTD
The company appointed Peter Pfister as a partner and head of Asia Pacific. Pfister, who will be based in Singapore, joins Altius from Deutsche Bank, where he was head of its Asia Pacific private equity business for seven years.