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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



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


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


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

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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