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Arcesium Announces Strategic Investment From JP Morgan

JP Morgan's Global Head of Securities Services, Teresa Heitsenrether said, "This investment and collaboration underscores JP Morgan's continued focus in the alternatives segment."

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Bharti Airtel Sells $508 Million Stake In Tower Arm Bharti Infratel

Global investors, fund managers, and long-only investors bought the shares, Bharti Airtel said, adding that the deal was upsized by more than 25 percent

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Bharti Airtel Divests 6.7 Crore Shares Of Bharti Infratel For Over Rs 2,570 Crore

The sales was for a total consideration of over Rs 2,570 crore and was executed at a price Rs 380.6 per share, informed the company in an official statement

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Saudi Aramco Taps JPMorgan, M.Stanley For IPO, HSBC A Contender - Source

The IPO is the centrepiece of the Saudi government's ambitious plan, known as Vision 2030, to diversify the economy beyond oil

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Deutsche Bank Names Werner Steinmueller New CEO For Asia-Pacific Region

Steinmueller, 62, joined Deutsche Bank in 1991 and since 2004 ran the lender's Global Transaction Banking unit, a role which will be filled by John Gibbons, who is joining the bank from JP Morgan

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Seven Big Investment Banks Paid Little Or No Tax In Britain In 2014

Five of the banks – JP Morgan, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Deutsche Bank AG, Nomura Holding and Morgan Stanley – said their main UK arms paid no corporate income tax

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Impact Investing In India

Affordable urban housing and clean water for rural communities are considered to have most of the potential capital requirement, write Jyoti Kainth & Neelendra Nath

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WWW: The Hackers’ Haven

"Last year, Whatsapp changed its encryption algorithm several times and, every time, it was breached,” says Saket Modi, hacker, entrepreneur and CEO of Lucideus Technologies, which just created an app that monitors wayward activity on your smartphone. That’s geekspeak for: “Your WhatsApp chats, including deleted ones, would have been accessible to any hacker worth his salt”. And we are talking about a company that was valued at $19 billion at some point during the year. Only in November 2014 did WhatsApp finally embrace end-to-end encryption, which will ostensibly address the issue.

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