Weekly CEO News from Richard Ingram
June 2015
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Share prices have slumped across Europe as Greece shuttered its banks and severely limited cash withdrawals ahead of a referendum on 5 July. The Greek government decided on Sunday night it had no option but to order the country’s banks

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With its eco-friendly Indiana factory and hippie customers, Subaru fancies itself a protector of the environment. Nonetheless, it’s only offered one hybrid until now. The Subaru XV Crosstrek Hybrid has been on sale in the U.S. since 2014. Its solitude

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Nintendo has announced a deal with Activision to let its Amiibo toys be used in the Skylander series of games.At E3 it gave a first look at toys that have a switch on their base that flips them from one

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German bonds tumbled on Wednesday, pushing 10-year yields above 1% for the first time since September. The move is the latest landmark in a sharp selloff in eurozone bonds that began in mid-April and has found renewed impetus over the

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After months of searching, you have finally found it – your dream home in the sun. But before you get too excited about moving in, there’s the hard work of sorting out the mortgage and filling in all the paperwork.

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FRANKFURT—The European Central Bank purchased just over €63 billion ($68.75 billion) in public and private debt securities last month under its three-month-old quantitative easing program, according to ECB data released Monday. The May figure is slightly higher than the €60

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