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Last Week's Financial Review in 5 Minutes

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Date: Mon 13/May/2013, 11:13

Barry Tootell, resigned as chief executive of the Co-op bank after its debt was downgraded to junk status my Moody’s, the ratings agency.

Paul Walsh stepped down as chief executive of Diageo after 13 years and a £30bn increase in market value, to be succeeded at the drinks giant by Ivan Menezes, the chief operating officer.

Vyvienne Wade packed in her £900,000 job as Jardine Lloyd Thompson’s general counsel, claiming “insulting and demeaning” treatment when replaced as head of the insurer’s successful Latin American operations after five years. JLT denied her claims.

Big companies must be more open about their tax affairs, warned John Dixon, UK head of tax for Ernst & Young, the accountancy firm.

Justin Kind, the chief executive of J Sainsbury, branded the tax take from bricks-and-mortar businesses as unfair and unsustainable in the face online retailers that pay less to the exchequer.

Lord Lawson, a Tory chancellor under Margaret Thatcher, wrote in The Times that the case for leaving the EU was clear and the economic gains would outweigh the costs.

G4S was forced to issue a profits warning after they closure of 30 Dutch prisons and problem clients in Africa, wiping £500m off the security company’s market value.

Two investment bank’s Deutsche Bank and Morgan Stanley, stepped down as brokers for ENRC, the scandal-hit Kazahk Miner.

George Soros, the “man who broke the Bank of England” In 1992, reportedly raked in profits of £40m in a day by shorting the Australian Dollar.

Stuart Gulliver, the chief executive, said HSBC was “moving into calmer waters” as Europe’s biggest bank reported a 64$ rise in first-quarter pre-tax profits to $8.4bn (£5.4bn) and a 40% in bad debts.

Temasek, the Singapore state-owned fund that is Standard Chartered’s biggest shareholder, failed to back the re-election of four executive directors in a row over the number of non-executives on the banks board.

Tom Mockridge, former chief of News International publisher of the Sunday Times, and ex-deputy chairman of BskyB, has been appointed chief executive of Virgin Media, Sky’s rival.

BT offered its broadband customers “free” live Premier League football next season, upping the stakes in its battle against Sky.

Sony reported its first profits for five years with a net gain of 43bn yen (£280m) against a Y457bn loss the year before.

Britain’s double-dip recession almost certainly did not happen, according to new figures from the Office for National Statistics.

 



     
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