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Shares of Aussino Group Ltd plunged by more than half after the Singapore Exchange rejected its application for a S$70 million ($57 million) reverse takeover deal with a company linked to a Myanmar tycoon who is on the U.S. sanction list. Aussino
To embed this post, copy the code below and paste into your website or blog. Summary William Henry "Bill" Gates III (born October 28, 1955) is an American business magnate, philanthropist, and chairman of Microsoft, the software company he founded
The long-running case centred on allegations Centro and its former auditors, PricewaterhouseCoopers, engaged in misleading and deceptive conduct and breached continuous disclosure laws. Investors accused Centro of deceiving them by not revealing the
PTI Lakshmi Mittal Despite the double-dip recession and the lengthening dole queue, Britain's rich got richer over the past year with the Indian steel tycoon Lakshmi Mittal leading the pack as the country's wealthiest man, according to The Sunday
Billionaire property magnate Vincent Tchenguiz and a former friend today ended hostilities nearly a week after engaging in a multi-million High Court battle, lawyers said. Mr Tchenguiz and businessman Keyvan Rahimian were "settling financial scores"
Vincent Tchenguiz and his former friend, Keyvan Rahimian, exchanged angry accusations in court. Photograph: Graham Barclay/Bloomberg Vincent Tchenguiz has exchanged bitter courtroom accusations with one of his oldest friends, Keyvan Rahimian,
Business magnate Lucio Tan confirms that Philippine Airlines is on sale at the right price. Since last year rumors brought out in the news that Tan will sell the country's flag carrier. He is know in a meeting with fellow business
The latest trend of 'Occupy Protests' across the world are a reflection of growing public anger against the so-called rich as well. A new lexicon is appearing on the social networking sites showing resentment against the wealthy and the powerful. The
The richest person in the world lost about $6.7bn (£4bn) as the world's stock markets endured a precipitous fall last week. Luckily for Carlos Slim, the Mexican telecoms tycoon, his fortune is so vast that the enormous loss will barely be noticeable.
Still the emperor of espionage in a world of new wars, Le Carrr both sticks to his guns and moves with the times. This latest plunge into the rotten entrails of the secret state begins on a Caribbean tennis court. Perry, an upright English academic,