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The former Chief Executive and Chairman of Anglo Irish Bank has appeared in court in Dublin charged in connection with financial irregularities at the bank. Seán FitzPatrick was charged with 16 offences under Section 60 of the Companies Act. Read … Continue reading
Source: WSJ Federal agents swooped in on Gibson Guitar Wednesday, raiding factories and offices in Memphis and Nashville, seizing several pallets of wood, electronic files and guitars. The Feds are keeping mum, but in a statement yesterday Gibson’s chairman and … Continue reading
Female student, 60, sues college professor after sexuality course required them to ‘masturbate, document sexual abuse, fetishes and promiscuity to pass’
Daily Mail Reporter Daily Mail A woman taking a human sexuality course has filed a lawsuit claiming she was required to masturbate, keep detailed sex journals, reveal her fetishes and if she had been sexually abused – or she would … Continue reading
James Massola The Australian THE carbon tax is the biggest piece of “green tape” jeopardising Australia’s economy and must be discussed at a Council of Australian Governments business roundtable tomorrow, the Coalition says. Amid warnings that “green tape” is jeopardising … Continue reading
Ben Packham The Australian OUTGOING Future Fund chairman David Murray has condemned Labor’s carbon tax as “the worst piece of economic reform I have ever seen in my life”. Mr Murray, who has also lashed the Gillard government’s mining tax, … Continue reading
NHS fairness tsar urged to quit by doctors over ‘conflict of interest’ following £799,000 payment for U.S. private health giant
David Rose Daily Mail The head of the NHS regulator that is meant to ensure fairness when private-sector firms bid for public contracts is also the chairman of a huge company whose Health Service business is worth £80?million a year … Continue reading
Mark Hawthorne & Colin Kruger Sydney Morning Herald Suppliers to Australia’s two dominant supermarket chains have complained to the consumer watchdog about ”unconscionable conduct” by Coles and Woolworths. The chairman of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, Rod Sims, told … Continue reading
Charleston Voice ChasVoice 81 RESIGNATIONS FROM WORLD BANKS: (1) 9/01/11 (USA NY) Bank of New York Mellon Chief Resigns in a Shake-UP http://loanworkout.org/2011/09/bank-of-new-york-mellon-chief-resigns-in-a-shake-up/ (2) 09/20/12 (SCOTLAND) SCOTTISH WIDOWS (RETIREMENT INVESTMENT SAVINGS FUND) There could be no Scottish representative on the … Continue reading
Associated Press News Corp. says James Murdoch steps down as executive chairman of News International.