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CNN —Shares of Virgin Galactic, the space tourism venture founded by Richard Branson, are plunging after the British billionaire said he has no plans to invest more money in the company as he says it has “sufficient funds” already. ET market open on Monday, Virgin Galactic stock was down 16%, trading at less than $2 per share. Virgin Galactic has had a landmark year, flying its first customers to the edge of space after years of waiting. Branson had previously sold off a large chunk of his personal investment in Virgin Galactic, ditching about $1 billion worth of stock between 2020 and 2021. Branson added in his comments to the Financial Times that he remains excited about Virgin Galactic and noted the company has “really proved itself and the technology.”
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A record 8.54 million Chinese borrowers are blacklisted for not paying their debts, the FT reported. NEW LOOK Sign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementA record 8.5 million Chinese borrowers – about 1% of the country's working-age adults – are blacklisted by their government for failing to pay their debts, the Financial Times reported on Sunday. The restrictions placed on the borrowers threaten to weigh on consumer spending in the world's second-largest economy, crimping global growth.
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REUTERS/Russell Cheyne/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsSummaryCompanies Saudi Arabia's PIF buys into Rocco Forte hotel groupPlans to help expand luxury hotel groupItalian investor CDPE checks out of chainDec 4 (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia's PIF sovereign wealth fund will buy a 49% stake in luxury hotel group Rocco Forte Hotels and help to support its expansion, the owner of Britain's Balmoral hotel said on Monday. A spokesperson for Rocco Forte Hotels declined to confirm the size of PIF's stake. Rocco Forte Hotels, founded in 1996, operates across Italy, Britain, Germany, Belgium and Russia and has 20 private villas in addition to its hotels. CDPE, which owned a 23% stake in Rocco Forte Hotels, is owned by Italy's state-backed fund CDP. Rocco Forte, which was advised by Rothschild, reported revenues of around 300 million pounds last fiscal year, with a core profit of around 60 million pounds, according to a source.
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In this photo illustration, British billionaire Richard Branson is seen on a fragment of a Virgin Galactic Unity 22 Spaceflight Livestream Youtube video displayed on a smartphone with the Virgin Galactic logo in the background. Virgin Galactic shares plunged more than 14% in premarket trade on Monday, after British billionaire Richard Branson ruled out further investment in the company. ET, Virgin Galactic shares dropped 14.1% in out-of-hours trading. The group estimated that its current funding would carry it through to 2026, when Delta is scheduled to enter service. Virgin Investments remains the second-largest shareholder in Virgin Galactic, according to LSEG data, with a 7.69% holding, behind the 8.43% of State Street Global Advisors.
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A former Credit Suisse chair used the bank's private jet to breach COVID restrictions. AdvertisementUBS has sold the Credit Suisse private jet that prompted its ex-chairman's resignation after just nine months, according to the Financial Times. António Horta-Osório used the bank's Dassault Falcon 7X to travel to sports matches and breach COVID travel restrictions, an internal investigation found. A used Falcon 7X typically sells for around $18 million, according to listings on AV Buyer. The FT reported that Credit Suisse planned to sell its jet before being rescued by UBS earlier this year, but UBS executives pushed through the sale.
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Lululemon — Shares declined 2% after Wells Fargo downgraded the athleisure company to equal weight from overweight. The firm said Lululemon's prior positive catalysts have already played out, and it forecasts more muted growth in 2024. Spotify — Shares added 8.8% after the music streaming company announced it would lay off 17% of its workforce. The three stocks will replace Sealed Air , Alaska Air Group and SolarEdge Technologies . Virgin Galactic — Shares of the space company plunged nearly 15%.
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Insurer Aspen chooses New York over London for $4 bln IPO - FT
  + stars: | 2023-12-03 | by ( )   time to read: +1 min
Dec 3 (Reuters) - Aspen Insurance (AHL_pc.N) is targeting its $4 billion initial public offering next year in New York instead of London partly due to management concerns about valuations and more stringent listing requirements in Britain, the Financial Times reported on Sunday. Bermuda-based Aspen, owned by private equity group Apollo, is being advised by Goldman Sachs, Citi and Jefferies on an IPO planned for the first half of next year, the report said, citing people familiar with the matter. Greater liquidity in the United States was also an important factor, it added. An Aspen spokesperson declined to comment on the report. Reporting by Shivani Tanna and Surbhi Misra in Bengaluru; Editing by Alison Williams and Will DunhamOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Goldman Sachs, Shivani Tanna, Surbhi Misra, Alison Williams, Will Dunham Organizations: Aspen Insurance, Financial Times, Aspen, Citi, Jefferies, London, Thomson Locations: New York, London, Britain, Sunday, Bermuda, United States, Bengaluru
AstraZeneca, AI biologics firm Absci tie up on cancer drug - FT
  + stars: | 2023-12-03 | by ( )   time to read: +1 min
The AstraZeneca logo is pictured outside the AstraZeneca office building in Brussels as part of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccination campaign, Belgium, January 28, 2021. REUTERS/Johanna Geron/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsCompanies Absci Corp FollowAstraZeneca PLC FollowDec 3 (Reuters) - Anglo-Swedish drugmaker AstraZeneca (AZN.L) has signed a deal worth up to $247 million with U.S. artificial intelligence (AI) biologics firm Absci (ABSI.O) to design an antibody to fight cancer, the Financial Times reported on Sunday. The collaboration aims to harness Absci's AI technology for large-scale protein analysis to find a viable oncology therapy, a leading focus of AstraZeneca, the report said. Absci and AstraZeneca did not immediately respond to a Reuters requests for comment. Absci applies generative artificial intelligence to design optimal drug candidates based on target affinity, safety, manufacturability and other traits.
Persons: Johanna Geron, Sean McClain, Absci’s, Shivani Tanna, William Mallard Organizations: AstraZeneca, REUTERS, U.S, Financial Times, Thomson Locations: Brussels, Belgium, Swedish, Bengaluru
Panera Bread has confidentially filed to go public again, the Financial Times reported. The restaurant chain, known for its soups, sandwiches and bagels, has been signaling for months that it's looking to go public through an initial public offering. In May, Panera announced a CEO transition and said the leadership changes were "in preparation for its eventual IPO" — amid a two-year IPO drought that ended in the fall. Mediterranean restaurant chain Cava , whose chair is Panera founder Ron Shaich, was among the trickle of companies that went public this year. JAB also tried to take Panera public again that year.
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Competition will make obesity drugs successful
  + stars: | 2023-12-01 | by ( Robert Cyran | )   time to read: +3 min
In an interview with the Financial Times, he proposed spreading reimbursements over time if the medication proves to be successful. There’s some practical grounding in that solution, but the path of other similar drugs suggests that a competitive market is a better way to make it successful. Snag is, the drugs cost several thousand dollars per patient annually, even after discounts. Medicare, which covers 66 million seniors, can’t pay for weight loss drugs under current law. While it makes more sense for insurers or governments to pay over time if the drugs benefits last, schemes like the one that Jørgensen suggests can only do so much.
Persons: Lars Fruergaard Jørgensen, Jørgensen, , Lauren Silva Laughlin, Sharon Lam Organizations: Reuters, Novo Nordisk, Financial Times, Centers for Disease Control, Prevention, North Carolina, The New England, of Medicine, Employers, Thomson Locations: U.S, The, United States, Danish
OpenAI investor Vinod Khosla said he still works 80 hours a week during an episode of "The Cerebral Valley Podcast." AdvertisementVinod Khosla, a Silicon Valley investor for almost 40 years, said in the past that he works 80-hour weeks. In 2004, he started his own VC firm he called Khosla Ventures, which backed companies like Instacart, Impossible Foods, and DoorDash. Over the last three months, Khosla Ventures has made multi-million dollar bets on startups in the beverage, insurance, and climate tech space, according to Pitchbook. AdvertisementKhosla didn't immediately respond to Business Insider's request for comment made through Khosla Ventures.
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The sources said the UAE would provide the bulk of the money and private equity firm TPG and infrastructure investor Brookfield would also be involved. Two sources said the money would be overseen by UAE-backed investor Lunate Capital. A view of Dubai's Expo City during the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP28) Climate Summit in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, November 30, 2023. REUTERS/Amr Alfiky Acquire Licensing RightsA second source said BlackRock, TPG and Brookfield would allocate money currently housed in other funds to the UAE fund and that talks over the fund began after the summer and carried on through October. Additional reporting by Andres Gonzales, Anousha Sakoui and Elisa Martinuzzi in London Editing by Susan FentonOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
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Ernst & Young has delayed the start date of some its new graduate hires for the second time. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementErnst & Young has delayed start dates for new hires to its strategy consulting arm, making them wait almost a year in total, the Financial Times reported Wednesday. Some recent graduates who were initially expecting to join Ey-Parthenon in Autumn have had their start dates delayed twice, and won't be working with the firm until July 2024. Delaying the start dates of grads is not only a cost-saving measure but also to ensure that new hires have work to do when they join.
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Julius Baer declines to confirm Signa exposure
  + stars: | 2023-11-29 | by ( )   time to read: +1 min
ZURICH, Nov 29 (Reuters) - Julius Baer's Chief Executive declined to confirm on Wednesday whether the private bank's 606 million Swiss franc ($693 million) exposure it disclosed earlier this week is to toppled property giant Signa. The CEO said it was too early to say what specific lessons could be learned relating to the large exposure in its private debt business. Troubled property group Signa, which owns scores of high-profile projects and department stores, declared insolvency on Wednesday. Signa, controlled by an Austrian magnate, has borrowed heavily from banks including Julius Baer, which on Monday disclosed it had an exposure of more than 600 million Swiss francs, the largest in its private debt loan book, to a European conglomerate. "I believe Julius Baer will be able to continue its risk appetite and its risk capacity as we have on average in the last few years."
Persons: Julius Baer's, Philipp Rickenbacher, Julius Baer, Rickenbacher, Noele Illien, Elaine Hardcastle, Tomasz Janowski Organizations: Financial Times, Global Banking, Thomson Locations: ZURICH, Austrian
As technology titans jockey to back hot new startups, they are extracting explicit or implicit promises of revenue in return. loadingMicrosoft’s injection of $10 billion into OpenAI in January helped kick off the craze. As part of their deal, the ChatGPT operator agreed to exclusively use its new investor’s cloud computing services. Much of the invested capital should be returned relatively quickly as AI firms buy back-end services. Nvidia (NVDA.O) has at least 80% and as much as 95% of the AI market, according to estimates by analysts.
Persons: Sam Altman, Satya Nadella, OpenAI, Optimists, cynics, Jeffrey Goldfarb, Sharon Lam, Aditya Sriwatsav, Streisand Neto Organizations: Reuters, Microsoft, Financial Times, Apple, Nasdaq, Big Tech, OpenAI, Wall Street, Google, Reuters Graphics Reuters, Cisco Systems, Lucent Technologies, Nortel Technologies, Company, Global, Telecom, Nortel, Network, Nvidia, Thomson Locations: OpenAI, Silicon Valley
Senator Marco Rubio, a Republican from Florida and ranking member of the Senate Intelligence Committee, during a hearing in Washington, D.C., on March 8, 2023. WASHINGTON — Social media giant TikTok should be demonetized in the U.S. unless the Chinese government hands over its algorithm, Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., said Wednesday. "It is time to ban Beijing-controlled TikTok for good," Rubio said in a December 2022 statement on his bill. More than 150 million Americans use TikTok and nearly five million businesses advertise on the platform, according to the company. "What companies in the world is that algorithm going to be beneficial to in the long term?"
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Noel Quinn, Group Chief Executive of HSBC, speaks during the Global Financial Leaders Investment Summit in Hong Kong, China November 2, 2022. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsLONDON, Nov 29 (Reuters) - HSBC (HSBA.L) is well provisioned against further China real estate losses, its CEO Noel Quinn said on Wednesday, amid a slump for the country's property market that has led to bank writedowns in recent quarterly earnings. Quinn reiterated that he felt the China property market had bottomed out, but said collateral consequences would potentially cause further losses for some banks. "We feel as though we're well provisioned," Quinn told the Financial Times' Global Banking Summit event in London. Quinn said he took two phones, two iPads and a laptop into Hong Kong and mainland China, but said the number of devices reflected splitting business and personal devices.
Persons: Noel Quinn, Tyrone Siu, Quinn, Lawrence White, Iain Withers, Sinead Cruise Organizations: HSBC, Global Financial, Investment, REUTERS, Financial Times, Global Banking, Thomson Locations: Hong Kong, China, London
Goldman Sachs boss David Solomon told the Financial Times that DJing was still his "passion." His gigs at music festivals sparked internal unrest at the Wall Street bank. "But if my doing it publicly in any way is distracting to Goldman Sachs, my number one focus is Goldman Sachs," he added. Solomon's decision to stop came amid increasing discontent at the Wall Street giant over a number of issues, including his high-profile gigs. Goldman Sachs declined to comment when contacted by Insider.
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AdvertisementA member of the Indian government directed a foiled plot to assassinate a US citizen on American soil, according to a newly unsealed federal indictment. Students give final touches to paintings of US President Joe Biden, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni at an art school in Mumbai on September 5, 2023, ahead of the two-day G20 summit in New Delhi. President Joe Biden personally raised the issue with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the G20 summit in September, according to the Financial Times. In September, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau accused India's government of being involved in the attack. Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India welcomes US President Joe Biden for the 2023 G20 Leaders' Summit in New Delhi.
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Christian Sewing, CEO of Deutsche Bank, poses after an interview with Reuters in Hong Kong, China September 8, 2023. REUTERS/Selena Li/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsLONDON, Nov 29 (Reuters) - The European Union should consider scrapping a cap on banker bonuses to remain competitive with other financial centres, Deutsche Bank CEO Christian Sewing said on Wednesday. Sewing told a Financial Times event in London that the bloc should take account of other jurisdictions that are ditching similar caps - including Britain - and consider replicating the reform, providing it did not revive a culture of excessive risk taking. Reporting by Iain Withers, editing by Sinead CruiseOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Selena Li, Deutsche Bank CEO Christian Sewing, Iain Withers, Sinead Cruise Organizations: Deutsche Bank, Reuters, REUTERS, European, Deutsche Bank CEO Christian, Financial, Thomson Locations: Hong Kong, China, European Union, London, Britain
The flags of the United States and India are displayed on the Eisenhower Executive Office Building at the White House in Washington, U.S., June 21, 2023. REUTERS/Elizabeth Frantz Acquire Licensing RightsNEW DELHI, Nov 29 (Reuters) - India will formally investigate security concerns aired by the United States in a warning to New Delhi about its links to a foiled plot to murder a Sikh separatist leader, the foreign ministry said on Wednesday. The Financial Times newspaper on Nov. 22 first reported the thwarted plot against Pannun in the United States. The White House said it was treating the issue with "utmost seriousness" and had raised it with India at the "seniormost levels". The foiled plot and the U.S. concerns were reported two months after Canada said it was looking at credible allegations linking Indian agents to the June murder of Hardeep Singh Nijjar, another Sikh separatist, in a Vancouver suburb.
Persons: Elizabeth Frantz, Biden, Gurpatwant Singh, Pannun, Hardeep Singh Nijjar, Narendra Modi's, Antony Blinken, Lloyd Austin, Sanjay Verma, India’s, Verma, Krishn Kaushik, Shivam Patel, Clarence Fernandez Organizations: Eisenhower, White, REUTERS, White House, Financial Times, U.S, Indian, Reuters, Defence, CTV, Thomson Locations: United States, India, Washington , U.S, DELHI, New Delhi, China, Delhi, U.S, Canada, Vancouver, . New Delhi, Canadian, Ottawa
Daniel Pinto, President and chief operating officer of JPMorgan Chase & Co, speaks during the Global Financial Leaders' Investment Summit in Hong Kong, China November 2, 2022. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu Acquire Licensing RightsNEW YORK, Nov 28 (Reuters) - JPMorgan Chase (JPM.N) President and Chief Operating Officer Daniel Pinto said he expects its Chase UK consumer bank to break even in the next 12 to 18 months. The largest U.S. lender opened the digital bank in the UK in 2021, its first foray into international retail business. Chase UK is doing better than expected, Pinto said, and the company plans to grow in other global consumer markets over time. Brazilian digital bank C6, in which JPMorgan has 46% stake, is expected to break even "very soon," Pinto said.
Persons: Daniel Pinto, Tyrone Siu, JPMorgan Chase, Pinto, Jamie Dimon, Nupur Anand, Lananh Nguyen, Sharon Singleton Organizations: JPMorgan Chase &, Global Financial, Investment, REUTERS, Tyrone, JPMorgan, Chase, Financial, Thomson Locations: Hong Kong, China, United Kingdom, U.S, Basel, New York
‘Fleece Vest’ and ‘MAGA Hat’ Discuss Donald Trump
  + stars: | 2023-11-28 | by ( Gerard Baker | )   time to read: +1 min
Gerry Baker is Editor at Large of The Wall Street Journal. His weekly column for the editorial page, “Free Expression,” appears in The Wall Street Journal each Tuesday. Mr. Baker previously served as Editor in Chief of The Wall Street Journal and Dow Jones from 2013-2018. Prior to that, Mr. Baker was Deputy Editor in Chief of The Wall Street Journal from 2009-2013. He was educated at Corpus Christi College, Oxford University, where he graduated in 1983 with a 1st Class Honors Degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics.
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KPMG and Deloitte advised workers to use burner phones in Hong Kong, The Financial Times reported. AdvertisementTwo accounting giants have told staff not to use their phones on visits to Hong Kong, the Financial Times reported. KPMG and Deloitte have instructed employees to use burner phones in the Chinese special administrative region, according to the newspaper. AdvertisementIt comes after former president Donald Trump issued an executive order in 2020 declaring that Hong Kong was "no longer sufficiently autonomous" to be differentiated from China. Last year athletes participating in the Winter Olympics were also advised to use burner phones , BBC News reported.
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Reuters —Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis accused his British counterpart, Rishi Sunak, of canceling a scheduled meeting in London on Tuesday in a diplomatic spat over the status of the Parthenon Sculptures. “I express my annoyance that the British Prime Minister cancelled our planned meeting just hours before it was due to take place,” Mitsotakis said in a statement. “Greece’s positions on the issue of the Parthenon Sculptures are well known. Deputy British Prime Minister Oliver Dowden was available to meet Mitsotakis to discuss these issues instead, Sunak’s office said. A law prevents the British Museum from removing objects from the collection apart from in certain circumstances, but the legislation does not prohibit a loan.
Persons: Kyriakos Mitsotakis, Rishi Sunak, Lord Elgin, ” Mitsotakis, , , George Osborne, Mitsotakis, Mona Lisa, Daniel Leal, Sunak, Oliver Dowden, Keir Starmer, Starmer Organizations: Reuters, Greek, British Museum, British, BBC, Elgin, Getty, Financial, Labour Party Locations: London, Greece, Athens, Ottoman Empire, Mitsotakis
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