U.K. Regulators Suspend Wirecard’s British Operations

U.K. financial regulators froze the British operations of insolvent German payments group, Wirecard AG, in the latest government effort to

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Wirecard Files for Insolvency After Revealing Accounting Hole

Battered German fintech company Wirecard AG said it is filing for insolvency proceedings, days after revealing that more than $2

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Wirecard’s Former CEO Markus Braun Is Arrested

Wirecard AG’s recently departed chief executive, Markus Braun, was arrested by police, days after the German payments company revealed a

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Wirecard’s Missing $2 Billion Probably Doesn’t Exist, Board Says

The more than $2 billion that banks were supposedly holding on behalf of Wirecard AG probably doesn’t exist, the German

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WSJ News Exclusive | Ad Agency Encourages Clients to Join Facebook Ad Boycott

A prominent advertising agency is advising clients to support an ad boycott against Facebook Inc. that was recently called for

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Payments Giant Wirecard’s Shares Plunge on $2 Billion Audit Deception

Shares in troubled payments company Wirecard AG crashed Thursday after auditors said they couldn’t locate €1.9 billion ($2.1 billion) of

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Apple Faces Two EU Antitrust Probes Over Apps

BRUSSELS—European Union antitrust authorities launched two formal probes into whether Apple Inc. violated competition laws through its Apple Pay service

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WSJ News Exclusive | Gawande in Talks About Leaving Helm of Health-Care Venture Haven

Atul Gawande is in advanced discussions to step down as chief executive and take on a less operational role as

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