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The only way to contain a Greek exit
At the same time, Greece systematically tried to water down and postpone the adjustment measures, expecting the International Monetary Fund and Eurogroup ultimately to give in to avoid the financial contagion that would result from a Greek exit. But ...
MIT and Harvard professors scoop Onassis prizes
Professors from MIT Sloan and Harvard's department of economics have scooped two of the Onassis prizes, for their work in finance and international trade. The prizes, each worth $200,000, are awarded jointly every three years by Cass Business School, ...
Blankfein to testify at Gupta trial
Prosecutors are planning to call Lloyd Blankfein, chief executive of Goldman Sachs, to testify next week at the insider trading trial of Rajat Gupta, a former director of the bank, as the government moves closer to wrapping up its criminal case.
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Rush for havens as euro fears rise
US 10-year yields fell as low as 1.62 per cent, a level last reached in March 1946, according to Global Financial Data. German benchmark yields reached 1.26 per cent while Denmark's came close to breaching the 1 per cent level, hitting 1.09 per cent.
Facebook IPO: Sheryl Sandberg asks Harvard students to 'click on ads'
The former head of the U.S. Treasury's stake in Facebook is set to make her a billionaire. She explained to this year's Harvard class that although she had been offered jobs elsewhere, she went to work at Facebook because 'if you're offered a seat on a ...
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg dodges IPO questions at Harvard
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A film major at Harvard and serial Davos attendee, he took over Mahindra & Mahindra, his family's conglomerate, in 1997.
Syria conflict: Damascus bomb increases pressure on UN
That would have a highly destabilising effect on the country as a whole and its politically fragile neighbours, Iraq and Lebanon. The growth of the jihadist strand of the opposition could derail not just the peace plan, which is likely to collapse soon ...
Lunch with the FT: Paul Krugman
I enter the Landmarc restaurant, at the Time Warner Center, on Columbus Circle, New York, where I have agreed to meet for lunch with Paul Krugman, the 2008 Nobel laureate in economics, Princeton professor of economics and international affairs, and ...
Graff failure casts cloud over Asian IPOs
Other groups “premarketing” IPOs in Hong Kong at the moment include Inner Mongolia Yitai Coal, Chinalco Mining Corp International and Huadian Fuxin Energy Corp. Dealmakers says some of these deals are likely to be withdrawn or postponed unless ...
Serco and Capita buoyed by public spending hopes
... flat London market on Friday amid optimism about UK public sector spending. A wave of government outsourcing contracts up for tender in the next few years represents around �4bn of incremental annual revenue for the sector, said Jefferies ...