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Monthly Archives: May 2014

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Britain's economic prospects brightest in more than a decade, survey finds. Chilcot inquiry accused of whitewash. Stephen Sutton vigil celebrates life. Watching porn makes you stupid. Eat wholegrain – white bread makes you fat. 'I murdered my first wife to marry my second – only for her to be stoned to death by her own family'. Lahore honour killing. Man helps homeless man who racially abused him find a home and job. Harris's daughter 'accused him of abusing her friend before smashing paintings'. Joey Barton: Ukip 'the best of four really ugly girls'. Vince Cable: from leader in waiting to loser in a week. Mike Hoban out as Thomas Cook marketing chief. CITIGROUP INC The financial firm said it has named Richard Banziger as head of Citi Commercial Bank in the United States. A 30-year veteran of Citi's institutional clients group, Banziger will lead the bank's expanding middle-market banking business across the country. He replaces Will Howle, who was named head of Citi's U.S. retail…

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Take good advice from bad people

In 1991, the relationship guru Barbara deAngelis published How To Make Love All The Time, which promised to impart the secrets of making "love last a lifetime". Soon after, John Gray released his famous manual on romantic success, Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus. But when the two got married, their union lasted a mere two years. Yet that slightly unsettling fact is nothing compared to the case of Ernest Garlington, a motivational speaker who wrote books extolling nonviolence – then paid a hit man to try to kill his wife's ex-husband. Should this surprise us? Maybe it shouldn't. Good Advice From Bad People, a new book by Zac Bissonnette, is crammed with examples of self-help gurus and other self-styled experts proving "comically – and sometimes darkly – horrible at following their own leads". (The subtitle is Selected Wisdom From Murderers, Stock Swindlers And Lance Armstrong.) "I never play it safe when I write a book," said romance novelist Janet Dailey, a dispenser…

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Vince Cable calls for end to Lib Dem feuding. Maya Angelou, writer, dies aged 86. Apple buys Dr Dre's Beats for $3bn. UK third in Europe's obesity league. Brad Pitt attacked on red carpet. Cynics three times more likely to suffer from dementia. George Michael taken to hospital after suffering 'mystery collapse'. Robert De Niro opens up about gay father.   LLOYDS BANK COMMERCIAL BANKING The division of Lloyds Banking Group appointed Andy Schaeffer as managing director of financial markets to be based out of New York. Schaeffer will join Lloyds Bank in July and report to Mark Grant, CEO, commercial banking North America and Richard Moore, global head of financial markets in the UK. FRANKLIN TEMPLETON INVESTMENTS The asset management firm has hired Jason Colarossi as vice president and head of strategic accounts for its investment-only division-U.S. Colarossi will lead the 'defined contribution key accounts team' as well as manage client relationships for the firm's strategic defined contribution recordkeeping and distribution partners. HSBC HOLDINGS…

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Local elections: Ukip delivers first tremors of political earthquake. Watchdog to investigate private college use of funds. Thailand army chief confirms coup. Net migration to UK rises to 212,000. David Moyes accused of assaulting man in a bar. Bank holiday chaos looms as unions threaten to 'completely shut down' Tube. Katie Hopkins denies being a racist... by being massively racist. Pharrell condemns Iranian police who arrested youths for dancing to hit 'Happy'. Chocolate tycoon leads Ukraine polls.   INTERCONTINENTALEXCHANGE GROUP The company said Duncan Niederauer, the chief executive of NYSE Group, would leave earlier than expected due to the rapid integration of the two companies. ICE completed its acquisition of NYSE in late 2013. Niederauer would continue as president of ICE until August, the company said. Thomas Farley, chief operating officer of NYSE, would succeed Niederauer, taking the title of president of NYSE, with immediate effect, ICE added. WILLIS GROUP HOLDINGS PLC The risk adviser, insurance and reinsurance broker appointed Rafal Walkiewicz as managing director…

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Russia wants talks on Charles remark. Kidnap victim rescued after 10 years. Royal Mail profits rise 6%. China bombing kills dozens. May: I'll break Police Federation. eBay says passwords stolen. Why Ed Miliband's advisers had to stop him eating a bacon sandwich. US struggling to hire new cyberspies – 'because they like weed too much'. SCHRODERS The British fund manager appointed Peter Harrison, previously the firm's global head of equities, to the board as head of investment. The FTSE 100 firm said the appointment of Harrison, who began his career at Schroders in 1988 and went on to hold senior positions at other firms including JPMorgan and Deutsche Asset Management, would take effect immediately. LLOYDS BANK COMMERCIAL BANKING The unit of Lloyds Banking Group Plc named Nigel Brady as a director within credit trading, focusing on Sterling credit trading. Brady, who will be based in London, comes from Citigroup Inc, where he was responsible for building out the Eurosterling business. ACCEL PARTNERS The venture capital…

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Labour and Conservative attacks on Ukip backfire. Blasts leave 118 dead in Nigeria. Charles 'likened Putin to Hitler' Murder trial stopped after Italian judge notices 'court staff having sex'. Royal Mail to start Sunday deliveries. CITIGROUP INC The bank on Tuesday appointed former Credit Suisse executive William Woodson as a managing director in charge of its private bank's North America family office group. Woodson, who was a certified public accountant at Coopers & Lybrand and Arthur Andersen for a decade before working directly with wealthy clients as a financial planner, will replace Stephen Campbell when he begins work in June. EATON VANCE CORP     The investment management firm said Michael Mach, lead portfolio manager of the Eaton Vance Management (EVM) large-cap value strategies, will retire on June 30. Mach's responsibilities will be assumed by Edward Perkin, who last month joined as chief equity investment officer from Goldman Sachs Asset Management, a unit of Goldman Sachs Group Inc . NUMIS CORP PLC The British investment…

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  Cricket's new scandal: English matches 'rigged'. GOLDMAN SACHS GROUP INC The bank's technology investment banker, Anthony Noto, who helped orchestrate Twitter Inc's successful IPO in November, is leaving and joining Coatue Management, according to a source familiar with the matter. BARCLAYS PLC The bank's top mergers and acquisitions banker for the Asia Pacific region, Jason Rynbeck, left the firm on May 8, according to a regulatory filing with Hong Kong's Securities & FuturesCommission.   CREDIT SUISSE At least six foreign exchange employees at Credit Suisse in London and New York, including head of FX spot trading in London Danny Wise, have left the Swiss bank in a cost-cutting drive, a source familiar with the matter said on Wednesday. INTESA SANPAOLO Italy's largest retail bank named insider Eliano Omar Lodesani as its new chief operating officer. Lodesani has been with the banking group for several years and is head of its regional centre of the Veneto, Friuli Venezia Giulia and Trentino Alto Adige regions. MAJEDIE…

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US sends planes in search for Nigeria schoolgirls. Silvio Berlusconi's links with organised crime confirmed. Rio Ferdinand 'to leave United in the summer'. Spanish politican shot dead in León. NHS bosses told 'take the bus' Bahraini Prince could lose diplomatic immunity over torture claims. Tory peer banned from Parliament – for doing no work. Beer goggles really do exist.   NASDAQ OMX GROUP INC The transatlantic exchange operator said Adena Friedman will rejoin the company as president of global corporate and information technology solutions. KPMG The head of KPMG in the Netherlands resigned on Monday, KPMG said in a statement, less than a month after authorities launched a criminal investigation into a joint venture involving the accounting firm. Jurgen van Breukelen said he was stepping down to enable the company to break from "the recent past of misjudgments and errors".     DEUTSCHE BANK AG Deutsche Bank's head of electronic forex trading systems has left, Germany's biggest lender said on Sunday, confirming a report in…

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Jesus in a dress wins Eurovision. Shorter men live longer. Sharp rise in war veterans seeking mental health help. Barlow urged to hand back OBE. Toothpaste, sunscreen and soap: The everyday products behind rise in male infertility. Cole not in England squad. Then retires from international football. Max Clifford's wife seeking divorce from disgraced husband. Science finds key to dream control.  

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Middle-aged women on jobs scrapheap. Boko Haram blamed as gunmen kill hundreds in busy Nigeria market. Plan to let HMRC dip into accounts. Women to get army combat roles. World's biggest ad merger collapses. Swansea school 'sex tape': Head teacher suspended amid video controversy. 'Retailers can choose how to label halal meat'. Last British Dambuster: ‘Don’t call me a hero’.   MARSH & MCLENNAN CO INC The insurance broker appointed Rawden Leigh vice president within the financial services division of its financial and professional (FINPRO) practice. Leigh joins from privately owned insurance broker Lockton, where he was lead client manager in the alternative asset team. DEUTSCHE BANK Deutsche Bank said it appointed four senior executives to its fixed income and currencies(FIC) business, within corporate banking & securities (CB&S), in New York. Aaron Elliott joins as a managing director and credit desk analyst. He joins from Citigroup, where he was managing director and head of European financials credit analysis. Jeff Horan joins as a director in…

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