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Allen & Overy (A&O) has seen turnover rise three per cent in the first half of the current financial year, bringing in £526m. Last year the firm made £511m during the comparable period, a seven per cent drop on the previous year (6 November 2010). In a statement the firm said that over half the […]

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Siemens outsourcing arm hires UK GC

Siemens IT Solutions and Services, the IT and outsourcing outfit spun off from global electronics company Siemens, has appointed a new UK general counsel. Jean Hughes, the former director of legal and public affairs at online auction site eBay, has made the cut to fill the role at the e4.7bn (£4.09bn) business. She will report […]

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