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Jimmy Choo steps up for £1bn float

Equality fighter NYSE pioneer ‘Mickie’ Siebert dies

Muriel Siebert, the first woman to buy a seat on the New York Stock Exchange, has died at the age of 80.

Jim Armitage: Technology entrepreneurs who are changing the script of Greek tragedy 

Global Outlook: Athens now has four venture capitalist houses – a couple of years ago there were none

Microsoft shares soar on news of boss ‘Monkey Boy’ Steve Ballmer's impending retirement

News of a change at the top sends the software behemoth’s shares soaring

Wall Street trading in turmoil as Nasdaq market freezes amid glitches

Apple and Microsoft hit for hours in second New York trading mess this week

Euronext markets to float within months

IntercontinentalExchange (ICE) has tapped JPMorgan and Société Générale to organise the stock-market listing of a stake in its European equity operations, NYSE Euronext, insiders said.

Carnaby: One swinging street, 100 years of fashion

It wasn’t just hip in the 1960s. Carnaby has been synonymous with cool for a century, says Rebecca Gonsalves

James Ashton: 'Absentee landlord' shareholders? No, we're all activists now

Outlook The attention that has been given to making sure shareholders are not the "absentee landlords" that Lord Myners grumbled about in the aftermath of the financial crisis should have made redundant the description of any investor as an activist. It clearly hasn't, as Carl Icahn's move on Apple proves.

Hunted: Who will pay the price for the London Whales £6bn loss?

Threat of criminal action against  ex-employees over botched trades puts new pressure on humbled JP Morgan

Nikhil Kumar: Grand bargain? Barack Obama’s corporate tax wheeze is more a grand fantasy

The only way big companies will pay even 28 per cent is if politicians close every loophole

The Business Matrix: Thursday 8 August 2013

Gatsby boosts Warner Bros

Fabrice Tourre could be barred from working on Wall Street

Former Goldman banker Fabrice Tourre defrauded investors, US court rules

Former vice-president found liable after complex subprime mortgage deal that led to $1bn losses

New boss at Apple supplier ARM hails soaring chip sales

The company behind the microchips in Apple’s iPhones and iPads today hailed a “strong start” to the year, with more than two billion devices using their chips shipped in the past three months alone.

A sharp hike in the price of aluminium can destabilise the world's economy

Goldman Sachs in spotlight over 'aluminium price-hike' scandal

Financial giant is accused of exploiting rules over metal warehousing in order to manipulate commodity prices

What the Sunday papers said

The Independent on Sunday: Crackdown planned on £5bn private hospital sector

Leonard Garment: Lawyer who forged an unlikely friendship with President Richard Nixon

Few of Richard Nixon’s senior aides emerged from the Watergate debacle with their reputations intact, but Leonard Garment was one – even though he had served as the president’s top lawyer for 12 months at the very height of the scandal. A greater mystery, at first glance at least, was how he arrived in the White House in the first place.

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