Dec. 21 (Bloomberg) -- In September 2011, a UBS AG trader named Kweku Adoboli was arrested and charged with fraud after his wrong-way bets led to a $2.3 billion loss in the biggest rogue trading case in U.K. history. Last month he was sentenced to seven years in prison. Bloomberg's Ed Robinson reports.
This story is featured in the February issue of Bloomberg Markets magazine. (Source: Bloomberg)
Lincoln Revives Continental to Reverse Years of Decline
The Lincoln Continental luxury sedan concept is seen in a promotional video from Ford Motor Co. Lincoln will present the new Continental at the New York International Auto Show this week as another new direction for a brand that’s been seeking redemption for decades. The Continental concept features a “new face,” with a rectangular chrome grille replacing one that evoked eagle’s wings and alienated some buyers, according to Joe Hinrichs, Ford’s president of the Americas. (Video courtesy of Ford Motor Co. Source: Bloomberg)
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