The Japanese, on the other hand, are proving a bit more open because, you know, SoftBank.
Maybe €4.5 billion in fines and such will finally teach those Alpine asset-hiders a thing or two?
In light of all the other international investigations, maybe Danske was a wee bit more than an “assisted witness.”
Maybe John Cryan isn't the unluckiest Briton in Germany since the Cold War.
Zut allors! Quelle catastophe!
Marlins fans must be pretty pissed that their ownership situation is somehow surviving our great American upheaval.
That's how you know they're serious.
Investors not feeling France.
Uber better stop playing "Poulet" with French regulators if it's going to keep spending money like a Greek.
He's still going to throw the word "blackmail" down *and* lay it on thick about how the founding fathers of the EU would be extremely disappointed about the current situation.
In fairness, who's NOT afraid of the French?
Oh, the wily and unscrupulous French: They spend years arguing with the ferocity of a cockfighter for tough, nay, draconian financial regulations. And then they elect a Socialist who promises to be even less interested in the concerns of the monied classes. And then, when Europe's two biggest economies—the ones housing the financial centers the French hope to destroy—announce that they'll impose the aforementioned tough, if not draconian, regulations, the French say, joke's on les Huns et les rosbifs.
Nobody's trying to put Paul Singer in jail—yet—but the Elliott Management chief has had to disclose an insider-trading probe to his investors.
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