Daily Archives: 2019-10-29

JP Morgan issues internal email memo, reminding them to demonstrate the highest standards, including respect and dignity for others

According to the Straits Times (ST), JP Morgan has issued an internal email memo to its employees, reminding them to demonstrate the highest standards, including respect and dignity for others. This memo comes after the recent incident where its employee was caught on video yelling and hurling vulgarities at security guards after being told he needed to pay parking fees for …

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Ten ‘unlawfully killed’ in Indonesia election riots: rights agency

Ten people, including several teenagers, were killed in Indonesia’s post-election riots, the human rights commission said Tuesday, as it accused police of beating up protesters. In its final report on the May riots, the agency Komnas HAM said four victims were underage and most had been shot in the capital Jakarta and demonstrations in Kalimantan, Indonesia’s section of Borneo island. …

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UK ex-headmaster jailed in Singapore drug case

A British former headmaster of an international school in China has been jailed for 10 months in Singapore after admitting possession and consumption of methamphetamine, officials said Tuesday. Damien Michael Charnock used to be the head of Dulwich College Shanghai, a branch of the exclusive London private school. Police arrested the 60-year-old in March at an apartment in the city-state …

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The Philippines and emerging Asian markets tend to ask general questions on online lending to analyse new opportunities and dynamics of demand, according to Robocash Group study

In Asia, the use of digital financial services is growing at a tremendous speed. Nonetheless, many users of relevant services are only starting the acquaintance. Consequently, there appear questions which customers address to call centres. Financial holding Robocash Group took a closer look at online lending customers to define whether there is any difference between customers in the emerging Asian …

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Online users slam JP Morgan following one of its employee caught on video berating security officers; angry comments hidden on Facebook post

Last Friday night (25 Oct), a man was caught on video yelling and hurling vulgarities at security guards after being told he needed to pay parking fees for guests visiting his condominium. The footage of the incident – which reportedly took place at Eight Riversuites condominium in Bendemeer – was first posted on YouTube, and has been circulating across social …

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Strong quakes hit south Philippines, injuries reported

by Ron LOPEZ A 6.6-magnitude quake struck the southern Philippines Tuesday, geologists said, causing injuries and damaging buildings in a region still reeling from a previous deadly tremor. A 6.6-magnitude quake struck the southern Philippines Tuesday, geologists said, causing injuries and damaging buildings in a region still reeling from a previous deadly tremor. “Our municipal hall has been destroyed,” said …

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Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong says barred from election

Hong Kong democracy activist Joshua Wong said Tuesday he had been barred from standing in an upcoming local election, after months of protests in the city. “I strongly condemn the government for conducting political screening and censorship, depriving me of my political rights,” he said in a statement on his Facebook page. Wong said he was disqualified from running in …

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