Weekly Brief: Financial Prosecutions: A Banner Week

Dec. 13 (Bloomberg) -- It's been a good week for financial prosecutions, with HSBC agreeing to pay a record $1.9 billion to settle U.S. money laundering claims, and the first three arrests in the UK's Libor rigging probe. Also, Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor reveals how diabetes has affected her life. Finally, BigLaw managing partners are eager for a turnaround, but they have doubts the US economic recovery will gain steam in 2013. (Source: Bloomberg)
Tankan Another Sign of 'Better' Japan, Rogers Says
53:12 - Ed Rogers, chief executive of Rogers Investment Advisors in Tokyo, talks about Japan's economy after the Tankan survey showed sentiment among large manufacturers improved for the first time in three quarters. Rogers speaks with Yvonne Man on Bloomberg Television's "First Up." (Source: Bloomberg)
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