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Brian Hartzer has said Westpac's ability to partner, acquire and invest in fintech start-ups will become increasingly central to the bank's ...

A syndicate led by former Telstra director Geoff Cousins has made a formal offer to buy the Virgin Mobile business in Australia from the Sin...

The future will see human compliance staff become coaches and educators while technology will sift through markets looking for malpractice.

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The former British spy who authored a controversial dossier on behalf of Donald Trump’s political opponents alleging ties between Trump and Russia reached an agreement with the FBI a few weeks before the election for the bureau to pay him to continue his work, according to several people familiar with the arrangement.

The agreement to compensate former MI6 agent Christopher Steele came as U.S. intelligence agencies reached a consensus that the Russians had interfered in the presidential election by orchestrating hacks of Democratic Party email accounts.

While Trump has derided the dossier as “fake news” compiled by his political opponents, the FBI’s arrangement with Steele shows that the bureau considered him credible and found his information, while unproved, to be worthy of further investigation.

Brian Hartzer has said Westpac's ability to partner, acquire and invest in fintech start-ups will become increasingly central to the bank's ...

A syndicate led by former Telstra director Geoff Cousins has made a formal offer to buy the Virgin Mobile business in Australia from the Sin...

The future will see human compliance staff become coaches and educators while technology will sift through markets looking for malpractice.

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WASHINGTON—President-elect Donald Trump, a harsh critic of U.S. intelligence agencies, is working with advisers on a plan that would restructure and pare back the nation’s top spy agency, people familiar with the planning said.

The move is prompted by his belief that the Office of the Director of National Intelligence has become bloated and politicized, these people said.