News Headlines - 13 September 2017

Fresh claims that Rio 2016 and Tokyo 2020 Olympic bid teams bought votes | The Guardian

The Brazilian federal prosecutors office, which compiled the documents based on French prosecutors’ investigations, drew the conclusion that payments could have been made to Massata Diack by Rio 2016 and Tokyo 2020 “with the intention to buy votes and the support of Lamine Diack, who held particular influence within the IOC”.

White House Considering at Least Six for Fed Chair - Bloomberg

The breadth of the search goes against the narrative that has taken hold in Washington and on Wall Street that the Fed chair nomination is a two-horse race between National Economic Council Director Gary Cohn and current Fed Chair Janet Yellen, whose term expires in February.

Jamie Dimon Slams Bitcoin as a ‘Fraud’ - Bloomberg

JPMorgan Chase & Co. Chief Executive Officer Jamie Dimon said he would fire any employee trading bitcoin for being “stupid.”
The cryptocurrency “won’t end well,” he told an investor conference in New York on Tuesday, predicting it will eventually blow up. “It’s a fraud” and “worse than tulip bulbs.”

McLaren agrees deal to leave Honda for Renault in 2018 F1 season - Autosport

McLaren has reached agreement with Honda to be released from their partnership and switch to Renault power from the 2018 Formula 1 season, Autosport has learned.

Belgian mayor Alfred Gadenne found dead in cemetery with throat slashed | The Independent

Alfred Gadenne, the mayor of Mouscron in western Belgium, was found dead early on Monday evening. His throat is believed to have been cut with a box cutter.
Belgian authorities are questioning an 18-year-old man suspected of killing the elderly mayor.








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