Amid a blossoming backlash against mass tourism.
But Spanish parent, Banco Sabadell, proclaimed triumphantly to its Spanish audience that the botched IT transition was a resounding success.
A project of “mind-watering” magnitude in money and corruption.
Too Little, Too Late?
It lost $18 billion in Q4 on declining revenues and production, has $102 billion in debt, and now its world is changing.
Government gets ready to cave.
UK regulators may be on the verge of doing something right, but doubts remain over how genuine their stated intentions are.
With impeccable timing.
For a prisoner exchange between Switzerland and Spain?
A relentless state, angry demonstrations, and profoundly worried businesses.