Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi is still missing, almost two weeks after he entered the Saudi Arabian Consulate in Istanbul. The Turkish crime investigation team of around 10 people left the consulate around 5am on Tuesday. Khashoggi, who recently has been living in Virginia and writing columns for The Washington Post , hasn't been seen since October 2, when he entered the Saudi Consulate to handle paperwork for his upcoming marriage.
British café and casual dining company Patisserie Holdings said it had found "significant, and potentially fraudulent accounting irregularities" and suspended its chief financial officer, Chris Marsh. It follows the Serious Fraud Office confirming it has begun a criminal investigation after the company's finance director was arrested last night and released on bail.
Previously, Sears has secured cash by selling stores to Seritage Growth Properties, a real estate investment trust which the retailer formed in 2015 to convert Sears and Kmart stores into different properties , such as offices, high-end retail and residential complexes.
Khashoggi , a Washington Post columnist and Saudi dissident, has not been seen since he entered the Saudi Arabian consulate in Istanbul on October 2 to get documentation he needed in order to marry his fiancée. Dimon follows almost a dozen other executives from the technology, media and entertainment industries who have backed out of the Future Investment Initiative conference, nicknamed "Davos in the Desert".
Facebook originally estimated that 50 million accounts could have been affected but the company didn't know if they had been compromised. The security tokens of about 1 million other people were stolen, but hackers did not get their profile information, the company said .
After years and years of working with various media companies, last year James Murdoch joined Tesla's board. "The SEC also today charged Tesla with failing to have required disclosure controls and procedures relating to Musk's tweets , a charge that Tesla has agreed to settle", said the SEC in a statement following its ruling.