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Dozens of Ukrainian computer networks, including those run by the Kiev government, have been infected by an aggressive virus known as "Snake" or "Ouroboros," and experts say that there's every chance that Russia is behind it. The Financial Times
I'm Andrew Smithers; I studied economics at Cambridge and used to run the fund management business at S G Warburg which became Mercury Asset Management and is now BlackRock...Much of the comments on economics and markets that I read as a fund manager
In layperson's terms, the word finance has to do with money that isaccumulated from different sources for purchasing any type of asset. Such sources may be internal and also exterior. A company may sell off some of its assets for producing
Nigeria is to carry out a forensic audit of the state oil company over an alleged $20 billion subsidy racket that officials say may help explain what happened to $50 billion in oil revenues that the governor of the central bank says is missing.
You know what's worse than a Google bus in the middle of San Francisco's Mission District? A Google-owned building in the middle of San Francisco's Mission District. And now Mission residents can look forward to just that: Google plans to take over a
When Andrew followed in Ed's wake to Keble College, Oxford, he too read Politics, Philosophy and Economics...And from there he followed him to a job on the Financial Times. Old colleagues there describe Andrew as more rounded, less excitable' than
Isis is a joint mobile wallet venture between AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon. One of the big problems facing companies that launch mobile wallets is getting users to adopt them. Wells Fargo is now offering its customers a $20 dollar credit for the first
Staying informed is a constant struggle for most of us, let alone people with high-profile, high-pressure jobs. There's usually not time to leisurely read a favorite paper over coffee. Yet catching up on news is an important part of what's often a
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Teva needs new chairman A "Financial Times" editorial says Teva needs a new chairman, and slams the 16-member board for "knowing nothing about running a company."...In the editorial, entitled "Teva: in need of a shot", the "Financial Times" says, "