Friday, 27 November 2015  
HSBC whistleblower Falciani sentenced to five years in prison

(Reuters) - Herve Falciani, an ex-employee of HSBC's Geneva private bank who leaked information on clients and their tax situation, has been sentenced to five years in prison for aggravated industrial espionage, the bank said on Friday.

The (Not) Impossible Hat Trick

, US News & World Report
We're less than a year out from the 2016 presidential election and barely two months from the first presidential candidate selections votes being cast. You can view that as, in keeping with the week's theme, a reason to give thanks (less than a year left!) or cause to drown your sorrows in tryptophan and red wine (still almost a year left!).The next 11 or so months are going to be full to overflowing with pontification, punditry and analysis. Some of it will even be thoughtful and might even prove prescient. Much of it will be bunk.One especially hoary chestnut that's bound to be loop...


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