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  • Guinness Records Magnate Emerges as Canada’s Richest Man

    Investor James Pattison, owner of the Guinness Book of World Records, has emerged as Canada’s richest person after new information revealed that David K.R. Thomson, heir to the Thomson media empire, owns a smaller stake in his family’s investment company than previously reported.

  • Goldman Sachs Sued by Singapore Client Oei Over Loss

    Goldman Sachs Group Inc. was sued by Singaporean wealth-management client Oei Hong Leong over a $34.3 million loss on Brazilian real-yen options trades he claimed the bank misled him into making.

  • Goldman Sachs Names Hitchner as Asia Head, Replacing Ryan

    Goldman Sachs Group Inc., the top underwriter of share sales in Asia excluding Japan this year, said Ken Hitchner will become president for the region after David Ryan retires later this year.

  • Goldman Sachs’s Asia Co-President Yusuf Alireza Leaves Company, Memo Says

    Yusuf Alireza, who was promoted to co-president of Goldman Sachs Group Inc.’s operations in the Asia-Pacific region outside Japan in January, is leaving after 19 years with the company, according to an internal memo.

  • Singapore Air Sued by Passenger for Injury From Falling Bag, Today Says

    Singapore Airlines Ltd. is being sued by a man after another passenger’s bag from an overhead compartment fell on his head during a flight in 2007, Today reported.      Mark David Ryan, who had to undergo neck surgery after the accident on board a flight bound for Hong Kong, is claiming more than S$60,000 ($43,500) in medical expenses incurred so far, the newspaper said, citing court documents filed. Ryan is also seeking damages for pain and suffering, loss of future earnings and earning capacity as well as future medical and transport costs, according to the report.      Singapore Air, represented by Rodyk and Davidson’s lawyers, is disputing the claim and Ryan’s version of events, saying it had taken all necessary measures to ensure the safety of its passengers, the newspaper said.

  • Goldman Shunning China Deals Loses Out on Busiest IPO Market

    Goldman Sachs Group Inc., the first Wall Street firm to win an underwriting license in China, is sitting out the world’s busiest initial public offering market.

  • Goldman Names Westerman, Dees Heads of Asia Ex-Japan Banking

    Goldman Sachs Group Inc. named Matthew Westerman and Dan Dees co-heads of its investment banking division for Asia outside of Japan.

  • First Quantum to Meet Inmet Investors to Sell $5.1 Billion Bid

    First Quantum Minerals Ltd. will meet Inmet Mining Corp. investors to seek to win them over to its C$5.1 billion ($5.2 billion) takeover offer for the company after the target’s management this week rejected the approach.

  • Transurban Reports Full-Year Profit on Toll Revenue, Spending Reductions

    Transurban Group , Australia’s biggest operator of toll roads, returned to full-year profit on an increase in toll revenue and cost cuts.

  • Leucadia to Tender Inmet Shares to First Quantum Offer

    Leucadia National Corp., Inmet Mining Corp.’s largest shareholder, plans to tender shares in the Canadian mining company in support of First Quantum Minerals Ltd.’s C$5.1 billion ($5.2 billion) hostile bid for Inmet.

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