The man who won't quit centre stage - Olivetti has had three chief executives in four months. Unhappy foreign investors, who have seen the value of their shares halve, don't know how effective the latest, Roberto Colaninno, is going to be. All they know is that they don't want Carlo De Benedetti anywhere near the company. There's little chance of that: Anglo-Saxon ideas of shareholder power don't ...
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Debt poll of polls - Customer votes reveal the new big three - Deutsche Bank, JPMorgan and Goldman Sachs comprise the new three-firm bulge bracket in the debt markets. That's what respondents to our three key customer polls in 2006 tell us, in a new debt poll of polls that combines votes from our primary and secondary market as well as structured credit surveys.
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