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A profit? At Deutsche Bank?

Deutsche Bank reported fourth-quarter results today.

The numbers: Surprisingly good. Deutsche Bank reported a profit of €441 million ($498 million) in the fourth quarter, defying analyst expectations of a second consecutive quarterly loss. 192 more words

The FTC's latest ruling should send a chill down AT&T's spine

Is your “unlimited” mobile data really unlimited if your carrier throttles it down to slower speeds at certain times? Per Re/code, the Federal Trade Commission this week ordered prepaid mobile carrier TracFone to pay $40 million for throttling its customers’ data connections despite the fact that they had signed up for “unlimited” data plans. 272 more words

AT&T

BROMLEYS HUNTS ACQUISITIONS TO ACCELERATE GROWTH PLANS

Law firm Bromleys is on the acquisition trail to accelerate its growth after a record year in which fee income topped £2.5m.

Bromleys, which is based in Ashton-under-Lyne, saw revenues rise five per cent to £2.55m in the 12 months to April, and it expects further organic growth this year. 310 more words

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WHN solicitors advises on JJO plc’s purchase of £1.3 million warehouse facility

The commercial property team at law firm Woodcocks Haworth and Nuttall, has advised on the £1.35million purchase of premises in Rawtenstall by leading kitchen and bathroom manufacturer, JJO plc. 342 more words

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Violated by the system; the agony of rape victims

Loopholes in law, complicated legal formalities and lack of compensation highlight the insensitivity of the system, adding to the agony of rape victim.

When 13-year-old Sameera (name changed) was raped, her mother, a ragpicker, was unsure where to go and whom to complain to. 1,281 more words

Associate Attorney (financial district)

Premier San Francisco litigation boutique established in 1997 seeks an associate with a minimum of 5+ years’ litigation experience. The successful candidate will have energy, drive and enthusiasm and a personal commitment to excellence. 7 more words

San Francisco

Senator Rand Paul re-introduces 'Audit the Fed' bill

 

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Republican Senator Rand Paul, a potential 2016 presidential candidate, on Wednesday re-introduced a bill that would expose the Federal Reserve’s monetary policy discussions and decisions to a congressional audit. 74 more words

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