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  • There’s Currency Rigging, and Then There’s This: Opening Line

    What was Lloyds Banking Group’s Martin Chantree thinking? Four people with knowledge of the inquiry say he tipped off the bank’s trading position just ahead of its sale of sterling for the dollar. In the seven minutes etween his communication and the time Lloyds began executing the order on Jan. 13, 2013, the pound fell 16 basis points against the dollar, or 0.16 percentage point, its biggest move of the day, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. As the U.K. currency tumbled, costing Lloyds an estimated $750,000, Chantree told colleagues that maybe he shouldn’t have shared the information, two of the people said, according to reporting by Gavin Finch, Ambereen Choudhury and Liam Vaughan.

  • Obama’s Budget Proposal Benefits Students, Highways

    President Barack Obama’s $3.9 trillion budget proposal would benefit low-income families, college students, researchers and highway users, setting the tone for Democratic priorities in an election year.

  • Encryption Would Have Stopped Snowden From Using Secrets

    Edward Snowden could have been thwarted from leaking classified U.S. documents if the National Security Agency encrypted the information to make it unreadable, two former senior cybersecurity officials said.

  • NSA Official Warned About Threat 17 Years Before Snowden

    Seventeen years before Edward Snowden began releasing secret documents on U.S. electronic spying, an analyst with the National Security Agency foresaw just such a threat.

  • Snowden Ex-Employer Among Few Options to Store NSA Data

    Booz Allen Hamilton Holding Corp., the contractor Edward Snowden worked for when he took more than a million documents about U.S. spy programs, is one of the few companies that could handle storing bulk phone records for the National Security Agency.

  • Snowden Ex-Employer Among Few Options to Store NSA Data

    Booz Allen Hamilton Holding Corp., the contractor Edward Snowden worked for when he took more than a million documents about U.S. spy programs, is one of the few companies that could handle storing bulk phone records for the National Security Agency.

  • Booz Allen U.S. Contracts Seen at Risk With Leaked Secrets

    Booz Allen Hamilton Holding Corp. relies on the U.S. government for 99 percent of its revenue. Now, the contractor and its No. 1 customer will need to apportion blame from a massive security breach.

  • Booz Allen Falls After Employee Intel Leak

    Booz Allen Hamilton Holding Corp. fell 2.6 percent after Edward Snowden, an employee, revealed a top-secret U.S. electronic surveillance program.

  • Former Spy Warns of Cyber Terrorism in Booz Allen Role

    From a wall-mounted video monitor at the International Spy Museum in Washington, former U.S. spy chief Mike McConnell warns about the perils of terrorists hacking into computer systems.

  • Could Bitcoin Be Answer for Profit-Starved Post Office?

    Researchers for the U.S. Postal Service inspector general’s office are making the case that an agency rooted in delivering mail and selling stamps can help Bitcoin go mainstream.

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