A Hong Kong judge has ruled in favor of HSBC, ordering Occupy Hong Kong protesters to leave a site under the bank's Asian headquarters within two weeks.
The Occupy movement, whose members have been encamped outside HSBC's headquarters in Hong Kong for nine months, on Monday fended off a first legal bid by HSBC seeking to evict the protesters. Read Post
HSBC won a legal bid to have members of the Occupy Hong Kong movement evicted from the open-air plaza beneath the bank's Asian headquarters, bringing an end to one of the longest-running Occupy demonstrations. ||| HSBC won a legal b... Read Post
Hong Kong's Occupy activists found themselves in a standoff with bailiffs trying to evict them from HSBC's headquarters in Central Hong Kong on Tuesday after the protesters ignored a court order requiring them to leave the site by A... Read Post