PRESS DIGEST - Financial Times - April 5
April 5 (Reuters) - Headlines
Skilling in talks on early jail release
Facebook throws social web over mobiles
Hewlett-Packard chairman to step down
MF Global report blames Corzine
Ex-Monte dei Paschi chiefs face sanctions
BG executive directors to forgo bonuses
Former Enron Chief Executive Jeffrey Skilling could be released early as his lawyers negotiate with the U.S. Justice Department.
Facebook has launched a new app that replaces the home screens of some Android phones with photos and status updates from the social network.
Hewlett-Packard said Chairman Ray Lane has stepped down and will be succeeded by activist investor Ralph Whitworth on an interim basis.
MF Global's court-appointed trustee has blamed Jon Corzine's dangerous trading strategy and inadequate risk controls for helping to bring down the brokerage.
Italy's central bank has begun sanctions procedures against former directors, managers and auditors of the country's third-largest lender Monte dei Paschi di Siena which could result in up to 5 million euros in fines.
Outgoing Chief Executive Frank Chapman and other top executives at BG Group will not get a bonus for 2012.
- Malaysian plane presumed crashed; questions over false IDs |
- China draws 'red line' on North Korea, says won't allow war on peninsula
- Warning shots fired to turn monitors back from Crimea |
- Malaysian plane crashed off Vietnam coast: state media