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‘Rogue trader’ Nick Leeson: ‘I went to jail after losing £800m – but I’ll never stop investing’
Nick Leeson, 56, is the “rogue trader” who broke Barings Bank. In 1995, he was imprisoned in a Singapore jail, serving four years and four months for fraudulently racking up losses of around £830m. This was enough to cause the 233-year-old bank, whose customers included Queen Elizabeth II, to …
Retirees Confess What They Wish They’d Done With Their MoneyCurated byGOBankingRates
Retirement is the culmination of decades of financial decisions, and the unfortunate truth is that some of those decisions aren’t always good. This is exceedingly common, in fact. At present, millions of Americans are making financial choices that will hurt them down the road. According to a GOBankingRates survey, an alarming 64% of Americans will retire broke.
Woke corporate governance often stems from involved investment firms: Former Anheuser-Busch exec
Woke corporate governance, which recently led to the fiscal hemorrhaging of Anheuser-Busch and Target, often begins with investment firms pressuring them to behave in certain ways, a former executive at the beer conglomerate said. Anson Frericks told "Jesse Watters Primetime" a lot of the lead-up to …