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UBS: What went wrong?updated: Thu Sep 22 2011 08:47:00

CNN's Nina dos Santos explains how exchange traded funds left "unhedged" played a role in UBS's loss.

Lawyer: Accused UBS bank trader 'sorry beyond words'updated: Thu Sep 22 2011 08:47:00

A bank trader accused of fraud in connection with a $2.3 billion loss in unauthorized trading reported by Swiss giant UBS is "sorry beyond words," his lawyer said Thursday.

UK investigators to press for BAE fraud chargesupdated: Thu Oct 01 2009 08:14:00

Corruption investigators are to press for criminal charges over BAE Systems' arms deals, setting the stage for a showdown in Britain's most politically-charged corporate corruption case.

Aid to automakers stalledupdated: Mon Jul 06 2009 08:21:00

Automakers spar with lawmakers over financial aid package. CNN's Dana Bash reports.

UK fraud authorities to probe MG Rover collapseupdated: Mon Jul 06 2009 08:21:00

The circumstances surrounding the 2005 collapse of carmaker MG Rover are to be investigated, the British government confirmed Monday.

Allied Irish Banks hit by $81M loans scamupdated: Thu Mar 26 2009 10:19:00

Britain's Serious Fraud Office and London police are investigating an alleged $81 million (£56 million) fraud on the corporate banking department of Allied Irish Banks (AIB).

Spanish police arrest 6 over $600M London share fraudupdated: Wed Jan 28 2009 06:28:00

Spanish police have arrested six people linked to a $600 million fraud on the London stock market, after an investigation started by British authorities four years ago, a National Police statement said Wednesday.

Time.com: BAE Pledges Ethical Arms Salesupdated: Thu May 08 2008 06:50:00

An independent committee, commissioned ten months ago by BAE's board, has released its review of the firm's business ethics

Time.com: Court Blasts Blair Governmentupdated: Fri Apr 11 2008 12:30:00

The British High Court ruled that prosecutors acted unlawfully when investigating accusations of corruption in a BAE arms deal with Saudi Arabia

UK official denies BAE secret paymentupdated: Fri Jun 08 2007 09:17:00

UK Attorney General Lord Goldsmith on Friday denied media reports that he ordered investigators to conceal payments from an international anti-bribery watchdog agency.

Calls for 'Big Brother' MP to quitupdated: Thu Jan 26 2006 05:55:00

Controversial British MP George Galloway was facing calls from angry constituents to resign his post after being evicted from the reality TV show "Celebrity Big Brother."

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