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Hayes 'motivated by greed', prosecutor says in Libor case
Tom Hayes, the former UBS and Citigroup trader, admitted that he made “concerted efforts to manipulate Libor” and that his trading book “directly benefited from that”, a court heard on Tuesday.
Ex-Trader Called 'Ringmaster' at Libor-Rigging Trial  
City Trader Was 'Ringmaster' In Libor Scandal  
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We learn this morning that the man behind the design ideas that made Apple the world's richest company has got a new job. Sir Jonathan - or Jony - Ive has been promoted to Chief Design Officer.
Three men are facing fines of nearly �80m from the City regulator for misleading investors into buying so-called "death bonds", linked to life insurance policies.
Confidence is booming among Britain's retailers, with the proportion of companies expecting sales to rise next month at its highest level since the autumn of 1988.
LONDON Greece's financial crisis and signs of growing opposition to austerity in Spain sent the euro to its lowest level in a month on Tuesday, while shares and commodities took a knock as the dollar pushed higher.
Charter Communications Inc. agreed to buy Time Warner Cable Inc. for about $55 billion in cash and stock, scooping up the cable provider after getting last-minute competition from French billionaire Patrick Drahi.

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