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Union named AOR for U.S.-based Kabbage

U.S.-based small business lender Kabbage haslooked north of the border for its agency of record, selecting Toronto's Union, which has launchedthe company's first TVcampaign. Kabbage, launched in 2009, is a financial techstart-up that uses an ... Strategy Magazine, 1 week ago

Sailors accused of international cocaine smuggling operation

Hamal: UK Border Force and National Crime Agency intercepted the boat last year. NCA A group ofsailors have gone on trial accused of involvement in an international drug smuggling operation after their boat wasintercepted by the UK Border Force ...
 STV.tv2 weeks ago UK National Crime Agency claims it could ask Apple for iPhone access  TheInquirer.net2 weeks ago

Border Force faces resource spending cut, Theresa May confirms

Border Force resource budget will be £558.1m for 2016/17 a cutof 0.4% on last year but the agency gets a capital spending boost Day-to-day funding for the Border Force will be cut by 0.4% in the coming year, Theresa May has announced. The ...
 Civil Service World2 weeks ago
Middle East Eye

Dozens killed in air strike on refugee camp near Idlib

Camp housing internally displaced Syrians near Turkish border destroyed with at least 30 people killed. An air strike on a camp for internally displaced Syrians near the country's border with Turkey has killed at least 30 people, activists said. ...
 Al Jazeera11 hours ago Turkish guards 'kill eight Syrians at border' as fighting intensifies  Middle East Eye2 weeks ago An Airstrike in Syria Kills the Ceasefire and the Peace Talks and 50 People  EnvironmentGuru.com2 weeks ago Syria: No justice without return of displaced  Al Jazeera2 weeks ago
Deutsche Welle

Doctors Without Borders pulls out of UN humanitarian summit

Doctors Without Borders has decided not to attend the UN-backed World Humanitarian Summit. The group called the meeting "a fig-leaf of good intentions" that will fail to pressure states to abide by the laws of war. Doctors Without Borders (MSF) ...
 Deutsche Welle15 hours ago Medical aid group pulls out of "fig-leaf" U.N. humanitarian summit  Sharenet18 hours ago MSF pulls out of 'fig-leaf' UN humanitarian summit  Al-Araby Al-Jadeed9 hours ago Medical Aid Group Pulls Out of Fig-leaf UN Humanitarian Summit  MauritaniaVox.com16 hours ago

Fitch: HSBCs Capital Generation at Historical Lows on High Dividends

(The following statement was released by the rating agency) HONG KONG/LONDON, May 05 (Fitch) HSBC Holdings' (AA-/Stable/F1+) capital retention in the first three months of 2016 is just sufficient to balance expansion and credit migration with ...
 Reuters UK17 hours ago

Dr Asim a proven guilty or victim of blame game

Islamabad (Online): Investigation agencies through their exaggerated assessment of the assets of different accused persons have not only weakned the corruption cases but such practice has led to weaken the confidence of common man on the process of ...
 Frontier Post2 days ago Dr Asim: a proven guilty or victim of blame game?  Daily Times1 day ago
Financial Express

Bankruptcy Code: Panel suggestions may not adequately cover cross-borderissues

Even as the joint committee on Bankruptcy Code suggested inserting two new clauses in the draft legislation to deal with cross-border insolvency, a full-fledged framework incorporating elements of international insolvency would evolve over time.
 Yahoo! India3 days ago

The Ad Agency of the Future Is Coming. Are You Ready?

Winter is coming. The old families are preparing their troops and poring over strategies in a race to secure their territory before it is invaded by new and unfamiliar forces. The best option might be to bundle up (again) and forge alliances between ...
 Advertising Age3 days ago

UK borders left exposed on crash

Britain's borders were left exposed to terrorists last year after a Home Office computer system which screens passengers crashed twice in 48 hours, The Telegraph can reveal. The eBorders system, which was put in place after the 9/11 terror attacks ...
 MSN UK1 week ago UK's borders left exposed as screening system crashed twice in 48 hours  MSN UK1 week ago Revealed: Britain's borders left exposed as screening system crashed twice in 48 hours  Arabstoday.net1 week ago Borders left exposed as screening system crashed twice in 48 hours  Irish Independent1 week ago
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