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Currency hits Diamond’s Atlas Mara

Atlas Mara, which was co-founded by ex Barclays CEO Bob Diamond, says third-quarter earnings drop 44 percent because of falling currencies. ||| Johannesburg - Atlas Mara, which was co-founded by former Barclays CEO Bob Diamond, said third-quarter earnings dropped 44 percent because of falling currencies. Show More Summary

Abbreviated Pundit Round-up: Health care policy and jobs, updated

5 months agoUS Politics / Liberal : Daily Kos

Enough about politics for a few minutes (have no fear, we will get back to it). Let’s talk policy. Dan Diamond: “We knew our economy spends more than it should on health care," says Bob Kocher, a venture capitalist who served as a special assistant to the president in 2009 and 2010 and helped shape the Affordable Care Act. Show More Summary

TV Sports: Mike Emrick, a Hockey Wordsmith, Preparing for a Transition to the Diamond

On July 8, the recognizable voice from NBC Sports will call his first baseball game, a Cubs-Pirates tilt, with Bob Costas on M.L.B. Network.

Ex-Barclays CEO Bob Diamond's new firm is struggling to make money

Atlas Mara, the Africa-based, London-listed investment firm co-founded by former Barclays CEO Bob Diamond, is struggling to make money. It announced a $2 million (£1.36 million) loss for the first quarter of 2016 in a trading updateShow More Summary

Atlas Mara reports $2m loss

Bob Diamond’s African investment vehicle reports $2m loss for the first quarter amid challenging economic conditions on the continent. ||| London - Atlas Mara, the African investment vehicle of ex-Barclays boss Bob Diamond, on Thursday...Show More Summary

Opening Bell: 5.9.16

Bob Diamond is back; Wall Street loves Hillary; CEOs know how bribes work, they see bribes all the time; "I tried to rip his balls off," woman confesses; and more.

Bob Diamond’s Atlas Mara eyes another African bank

Atlas Mara, the finance company co-founded by ex-Barclays boss Bob Diamond, is close to buying another bank on the continent. ||| Johannesburg - Atlas Mara, the African finance company co-founded by former Barclays boss Bob Diamond, is close to buying another bank on the continent. Show More Summary

Bob Diamond's bid for Barclays' Africa ops shows what a big mistake it was to let him quit

Bob Diamond is arguably the best CEO Barclays ever had and the confirmation that he's trying to buy Barclays' Africa assets just cements that theory. Atlas Mara, Diamond's financial services group that acquires other banks in AfricaShow More Summary

The former CEO of Barclays is trying to buy part of the bank's African operation

The company founded and run by former Barclays CEO Bob Diamond has confirmed that it is in talks with Barclays about buying some of the bank's assets in Africa. In a statement released on Tuesday, Atlas Mara, co-founded by Diamond, says...Show More Summary

Diamond Stone's Dad Denies Report Terps Star Is Entering 2016 NBA Draft

Don’t give up hope of a Diamond Stone return just yet, Maryland fans. Chris Haynes of Cleveland.com cited sources on Monday and said the Terrapins center would declare for the 2016 NBA draft. However, Stone’s father, Bob, had other ideas in comments he made to Jeff Ermann of 247Sports’ Inside Maryland Sports: “I don't know anybody in Cleveland. Show More Summary

Rookie Wednesday: Just what is appropriate “aisle seat etiquette”? Are you one of “those” people? A guest post by BOB!

Recently I was forced to wait for an upgrade (LGA – ATL) until I arrived at the gate which is a change from the old days of 6/5 days out as a Diamond Medallion (DM). Since I was #2 of 10 as a DM (and a Million Miler, not that it matters) I assumed I would have a good chance of clearing the upgrade. Show More Summary

Bob Diamond's alleged bid for Barclays' Africa assets shows what a big mistake it was to let him quit

Bob Diamond is arguably the best CEO Barclays ever had and the latest rumour that he's about to buy Barclays' Africa assets just cements that theory. The Financial Times is reporting that Diamond has " held preliminary talks with global...Show More Summary

Leaked document from the New York Fed says Barclays was 'weak' at preventing rogue traders (barc)

Barclays was the first bank to settle with authorities over LIBOR fixing in 2012. But that was just the start of its troubles. In 2013, less than a year after Anthony Jenkins took over from Bob Diamond as CEO, Barclays’ US supervisors...Show More Summary

Barclays’ new strategy is uneasy mix of past two

The UK bank will exit Africa but keep the group’s investment bank intact. CEO Jes Staley’s predecessors Antony Jenkins and Bob Diamond respectively aimed to slash trading and advisory, and invest in it. In assuming the unit is the right size, the risk is weak returns persist.

Barclays Comes Out of Africa; Who's Next?

As Barclays aims to "de-risk the bank" by fleeing Africa, many are wondering if former boss Bob Diamond might take a punt on Barclays Africa.

Barclays' new CEO shows Britain's biggest investment bank is going back to the Bob Diamond era

Barclays is reportedly just about to hire a man who could unravel everything the bank's former boss Antony Jenkins was hired to do — to turn Barclays into a more high-street-friendly lender and move away from the risky world of investment banking. Show More Summary

Chilean Miner Movie 'The 33' Gets a New Trailer

There's a new trailer for their upcoming Chilean miner movie, The 33, based 2010 disaster. The film stars Antonio Banderas, Rodrigo Santoro, Juliette Binoche, James Brolin, Lou Diamond Philipps, Bob Gunton, and Gabriel Byrne. Check it...Show More Summary

Barclays' new CEO shows Britain's biggest investment bank is going back to the Bob Diamond era

Barclays is reportedly just about to hire a man who could unravel everything that the bank's former boss Antony Jenkins was hired to do — to turn Barclays into a more high street-friendly lender and move away from the risky world ofShow More Summary

Atlas’ Bob Diamind gets a scolding

Robert Diamond is scolded by investors for failing to buy back shares that are trading at less than book value. ||| London - Robert Diamond, whose Atlas Mara has plunged 48 percent since going public in 2013, was scolded by investors for failing to buy back shares that are trading at less than book value. Show More Summary

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