With all the money he’s saving on London hotel rooms and taxi fares and donations to his alma mater, Bob Diamond is going back into business with some old friends. Robert Diamond, who stepped down as head of Barclays Plc last year amid...Show More Summary
As Little League season unfolds this spring, you can see the “He’s Just a Little Boy” poem by Chaplain Bob Fox tacked to fences at 1,500 baseball diamonds around the country. The photograph of one of those signs (embedded above) hasShow More Summary
LIBOR is an interest rate measure that serves as an underpinning of the global financial system. Last year, Barclays was caught in a scheme to rig LIBOR at the expense of much of the global economy. Its CEO, Bob Diamond, lost his job. In...Show More Summary
Shamed former Barclays boss admits 'I didn't understand Libor' in first interview since he quit One-Minute Read LAST UPDATED AT 11:33 ON Fri 3 May 2013 BOB DIAMOND, the former Barclays boss once described as the "unacceptable face of...Show More Summary
Marilyn Monroe didn’t do it for the money, and neither did Bob Diamond. Seriously, the man dubbed the ‘unacceptable face of banking’ is just a regular family guy; Jimmy Stewart… Continue reading The post Bob Diamond: family guy appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Everyone on the Street is buzzing about Andrew Ross Sorkin's must-read piece in the New York Times on former Barclays CEO Bob Diamond. It's a great reflective profile on the top banker who fell from grace last summer amid the LIBOR rigging...Show More Summary
The New York Times' Andrew Ross Sorkin has a great read today on former Barclays CEO Bob Diamond. Last summer, Diamond resigned from Barclays top post amid the LIBOR rigging scandal. One of the memorable moments of that day was when his daughter Nell, who is a prolific Tweeter, Tweeted at a British politicians telling them to #hmd. Show More Summary
The horse-race loving, flamboyant banker Ricci Rich is to retire from Barclays at the end of June. Here we take a closer look at the man. The multimillionaire Barclays executive made his name and his fortune as Bob Diamond’s side-kick...Show More Summary
Former Barclays chief executive Bob Diamond is set to be paid about 2 million pounds ($3 million) in July. ||| London - Former Barclays chief executive Bob Diamond is set to be paid about 2 million pounds ($3 million) in July, a year after he left the bank following its Libor interest rate rigging scandal. Show More Summary
'Time for remorse is not over', incoming Bank boss says as he argues it's time to rebuild trust One-Minute Read LAST UPDATED AT 11:17 ON Tue 26 Feb 2013 THE INCOMING Governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney, has taken a thinly-veiled...Show More Summary
? Bob Diamond, former CEO of Barclays, had a Tax Avoidance Unit. It’s being closed now, having “been accused of orchestrating tax avoidance on an ‘industrial’ scale and has generated vast profits for the bank”. Staff bonuses of £2bn, however, will continue. ? House Rep. Show More Summary
``Pandit pocketed a cool $165 million from selling his hedge fund, Old Lane, to Citi for $800 million in 2007. Within months, Pandit would get the top job at Citi, which wound up shuttering Pandit's hedge fund several years after acquiring it. ''
The New York Post's Mark DeCambre reports that Bob Diamond, the former CEO of Barclays who resigned last summer amid the LIBOR scandal, might launch a hedge fund, according to unnamed sources. From the Post: Sources familiar with Diamond’s...Show More Summary
SMH! Dirty Sponge Bob… The cartoon favorite is currently being made into an adult film parody called “SpongeKnob Square Nuts.” The film will star Anthony Rosano as SpongeKnob and Skin Diamond as Sandy… Please take a moment to Caption This!
To think that scandalous activity of the size and scope involved in the rigging of Libor would be confined to a mere handful of traders and brokers is so ridiculous as to be laughable. Yet, to this point every institution connected to this racket would try to have us believe just that. Well, we can [...]
A judge yesterday named the Barclays bosses who tried to keep their identities secret in a landmark case linked to the rate-fixing scandal.Former chief executives Bob Diamond and John Varley, current investment bank boss Rich Ricci and...Show More Summary
Private equity firm Rizvi Traverse is is close to acquiring an equity stake in Nashville-based performing rights organization SESAC, according to an FTC filing that provides few specifics. SESAC represents Bob Dylan, Neil Diamond, Lady...Show More Summary
A toxic brew of Libor, bonus spats and regulatory ire led to the ousting of the Barclays CEO in 2012. Yet investors will soon twig that Diamond’s bank wasn’t the only fiddler of interbank rates. He’s unlikely to land another big CEO gig, but he may resurface.
by Thaddeus Baklinski OTTAWA, November 9, 2012, (LifeSiteNews.com) - Interim Liberal leader Bob Rae has accused MP Maurice Vellacott of “breaking the law” for nominating pro-life heroines Linda Gibbons and Mary Wagner to receive the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal. “By encouraging others, this could clearly…
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