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B. 2017-02-20 Gibraltar seizes Russian's superyacht Gibraltar, Spain
2. 2015-10-07 Volkswagen US boss told about emission cheat in 2014 USA
D. 2015-09-29 Volkswagen staff acted criminally, says board member Lower Saxony, West Germany
4. 2015-09-23 Volkswagen chief executive Martin Winterkorn resigns Wolfsburg, West Germany
F. 2015-06-07 Deutsche Bank bosses resign in the wake of Libor scandal Frankfurt, West Germany
G. 2015-04-30 Austria rejects US bid to extradite Dmytro Firtash Austria
2015-04-25 Volkswagen chairman Ferdinand Piech quits Wolfsburg, Lower Saxony, West Germany
I. 2014-10-06 Michael Bloomberg is knighted London

  Gibraltar seizes Russian's superyacht   Spain: Andrey Melnichenko's superyacht - one of the world's biggest - has been impounded because the German shipbuilder says he still owes 15 Volkswagen US boss told about emission cheat in 2014  USA: Michael Horn has admitted he was aware early last year of the emissions cheating affecting millions of the company's vehicles Volkswagen staff acted criminally, says board member   West Germany: Olaf Lies, a board member and economy minister of Lower Saxony has told Newsnight some staff acted criminally over emission cheat tests Volkswagen chief executive Martin Winterkorn resigns. West Germany Deutsche Bank bosses resign in the wake of Libor scandal. West Germany Austria rejects US bid to extradite Dmytro Firtash Volkswagen chairman Ferdinand Piech quits Map of Wolfsburg Lower Saxony Germany  West Germany: The chairman of the carmaker Volkswagen (VW), Ferdinand Piech, has resigned after a power struggle with chief executive Martin Winterkorn Michael Bloomberg is knighted. London Business row marks weekend campaign. Scotland Slovak tycoon Kiska wins presidency. Slovakia French police quiz tycoon Dassault. Paris Latvia supermarket group boss sacked German engineering firm Siemens to replace CEO. Berlin Swedish Princess Madeleine weds New York banker. Sweden Man United moves swiftly, hires Everton's Moyes. Northern England Man Utd's Sir Alex Ferguson to retire   Northern England: Sir Alex Ferguson will step down as Manchester United manager at the end of the season after 26 years in charge Russian Alisher Usmanov tops British rich list. London EU agrees to cap bankers' bonuses   European Union officials have struck a provisional deal on new financial rules, including capping bank bonuses Italian fashion boss Missoni missing off Venezuela Map of Los Roques Venezuela
Zuckerberg 'sorry' over Cambridge Analytica 'breach'


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  San Francisco Bay Area: Facebook founder has admitted that the social network 'made mistakes' that led to millions of users having their data exploited by a political consultancy


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  A small plane carrying six people, one of them Vittorio Missoni, a director of Italy's Missoni fashion house, is missing off the coast of Venezuela



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  London: Barclays chief executive Bob Diamond has resigned a week after the bank was fined a record amount for trying to manipulate inter-bank lending rates
Jul.1 Barclays chairman to quit over rate fix   London: Marcus Agius is to resign as the chairman of Barclays in the wake of the Libor lending rate scandal Jan.26 PIP breast implant boss charged Map of Six-Fours-les-Plages France  Southern France: Jean-Claude Mas, 72, the owner of a French breast implant maker that sparked a safety scare, has been charged with 'involuntary injury'

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Jul.15 Murdoch apologizes as deputies resign
  London: Two key executives in the media empire resigned, and their former boss began a series of apologies in the phone-hacking scandal

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Jul.27   BP ousts CEO Hayward
  United Kingdom: Tony Hayward will step down amid ongoing outrage over the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico and will be replaced by American Robert Dudley.    Hayward will receive a year's salary amounting to $1.6 million. Dudley...
Jul.26 BP boss set for £600,000 pension  London: Tony Hayward will get an immediate annual pension worth about £600,000 when he leaves in October Jul.25   BP boss Hayward 'negotiates exit'  United Kingdom: BP's chief executive Tony Hayward has been negotiating the terms of his exit, with a formal announcement likely within 24 hours Jun.19   BP CEO Hayward criticised for yacht trip  Washington: Tony Hayward has faced fresh criticism for taking time off to go boating with his son instead of dealing with the Gulf of Mexico oil spill Jun.17   Congress tells BP ignored oil well dangers   U.S. Congress: Chief executive Tony Hayward has been told by an angry US Congressional panel his firm ignored dangers when drilling in the Gulf of Mexico

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Sep.17 EU agrees on bonus claw-back call
  The leaders meeting in Brussels approved the clause as part of a common EU position for next week's G20 summit in the US Sep.4   Bonus row opens up G20 divisions  London: Deepening divisions are appearing among international finance ministers, about how to curb excessive bank bonuses Jan.6 Billionaire Adolf Merckle kills self
Map of Ulm Germany  West Germany: One of the richest men in the world, committed suicide after his business empire got into trouble in the wake of the international financial crisis

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Jan.30 Societe Generale CEO keep jobs  Paris: Chairman and chief executive Daniel Bouton will stay on despite massive trading losses of more than $7.2 billion

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Apr.16 Bundesbank boss resigns
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Apr.17 Billionaire Getty dies
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Jan.4 Gunman-businessman surrenders
. Portugal Nov. 25, 1835 Andrew Carnegie born Map of Dunfermline Fife United Kingdom
  Scotland: A Scottish American industrialist and philanthropist who led the enormous expansion of the American steel industry


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