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  • Aug 1, 2014
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Jane Moir

Sibling rivalry over a family secret

For decades, Winnie Ho Yuen-ki kept a large secret. As sibling rivalry with tycoon Stanley Ho Hung-sun started hitting the headlines, so too would the details of her past become public knowledge.

Thursday, 2 March, 2006, 12:00am

Sibling rivalry over a family secret

For decades, Winnie Ho Yuen-ki kept a large secret. As sibling rivalry with tycoon Stanley Ho Hung-sun started hitting the headlines, so too would the details of her past become public knowledge.

2 Mar 2006 - 12:00am

Ting plans appeal against jail term

James Ting plans to mount an appeal against a six-year jail term for falsifying accounts at bankrupt Akai Holdings, reopening the books on Hong Kong's harshest punishment for white-collar crime in nearly a decade.

5 Sep 2005 - 12:00am

Runaway e-mails prove that brain-to-finger reflex regularly fails

POLITICIANS HAVE LONG been acquainted with the adage that you should never put anything in writing if you do not want to be found out.

It would seem the financial services industry is still on a learning curve, judging by the recent cyber-slip in which a CLSA country manager gave instructions in an e-mail on how to rig votes for a magazine poll.

24 Aug 2005 - 12:00am

Legal firm hit with negligence lawsuit

Law firm Johnson Stokes & Master has been hit with a HK$107 million lawsuit for negligence by two former clients.

Hong Kong-listed China United Holdings and Large Investments, wholly beneficially owned by the property investor and securities trader, claim the law firm failed to advise them properly on a number of occasions.

22 Mar 2003 - 12:00am

New telecoms watchdog to stem foul play

A Competition Affairs Branch is to be set up by the Office of the Telecommunications Authority (Ofta) to clamp down on foul play in the industry, with the Government set to ask legislators to 'substantially augment' the watchdog's resources.

14 Apr 2001 - 12:00am

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