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Unregulated spread of cryptocurrencies a concern, says Italian regulator

The spread of cryptocurrencies without any clear regulation is a cause for concern and could damage the way the market operates, the head of Italy’s stock market regulator said on

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American duo plead guilty to helping former Nissan chief Ghosn flee Japan

A U.S. Army Special Forces veteran and his son pleaded guilty in Tokyo on Monday to charges that they illegally helped former Nissan Motor Co Ltd Chairman Carlos Ghosn flee

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Aviva Investors’ equities CIO Cumming to exit in shake-up

David Cumming, chief investment officer for equities at Aviva Investors, is to leave the firm, and other roles in the equity fund management team are also at risk, the fund

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Google dangles paid upgrade to businesses using Gmail addresses

Alphabet Inc’s Google on Monday unveiled an option for small businesses to upgrade their Gmail accounts for greater calendaring, video chat and email newsletter functionalities. Google Workspace Individual, which starts

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What’s at stake for markets as U.S. debt ceiling looms

The U.S. debt ceiling comes into effect at the end of July, putting pressure on the Treasury to reduce its cash balance ahead of the deadline. That means more injections

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Top G7 development banks pledge $80 billion for African firms

Top development banks from the world’s richest countries made a landmark joint pledge on Monday to pump $80 billion into African companies and projects over the next five years. The

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Toshiba’s chairman resists calls to resign, to bring in new directors

Toshiba Corp’s chairman on Monday pushed back against calls from shareholders to resign, saying he wanted to help to put things right at the crisis-hit Japanese conglomerate and would bring

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