Today in the city Bonanza 25.07.2017
Jihadists battle Libya forces in 'liberated' Benghazi

Jihadists are still battling Libyan forces in Benghazi days after strongman Khalifa Haftar and his self-styled army declared victory in the eastern city, his forces said Sunday. Colonel Miloud Zwei,...

Metro Bank Is Going Digital And Using DevOps To Compete Against Traditional Banks

Metro Bank chief technology officer David Young explains how the company's constant digital evolution has meant it doesn't have 95% of the technology stack it had in 2010

Man killed after taking hostages in bank

A man claiming to have a bomb has taken at least two hostages at a bank in a northern suburb of Atlanta, an FBI spokesman said Friday.

Bank Earnings, Yellen, Inflation Data All Highlight Busy Week For Markets

Key week ahead highlighted by the start of bank earnings. Also watch for Yellen’s testimony on Capitol Hill for hints on policy.

Bank Standoff Ends in Death of Man Claiming to Have Bomb

An hourslong standoff inside a suburban Atlanta bank ended when an officer shot and killed a 33-year-old man who had claimed to have a bomb that could "take out the room.".

The Latest: Police Identify Georgia Bank Standoff Suspect

The man who claimed to have a bomb inside a suburban Atlanta bank and was fatally shot by an officer has been identified.

Hunter Greene, Reds Agree to $7.23 Million Signing Bonus

High school right-hander Hunter Greene, taken by the Cincinnati Reds with the second overall pick in last month's amateur draft, has agreed to a minor league contract with a $7.23 million signing bonu...

Man Claiming to Have Bomb in Bank Dies After Police Standoff

A man who claimed to have a bomb that could "take out the room" has died after barricading himself inside a suburban Atlanta bank.

Wild Bunch Quits French Film Promoter UniFrance in Spat Over New Leader

PARIS – Wild Bunch, the high-profile but financially struggling Paris-based film group, has ditched its membership in UniFrance, the French film promotion organization, in protest against the el...

Deutsche Bank Did Not Say That The US Poor Spend 40% Of Their Income On Luxuries

All of this has absolutely nothing at all to do with what we think of as "luxuries" and "necessities." Deutsche Bank has said the poor spend 40% of income upon luxury goods, not luxuries.

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