Facebook cited in a third of divorces in the UK

becoming more popular with 33% of behaviour petitions in 2011 contained the name of the social network, which is an increase from 2009, when only 20% contained the same word. UK divorce website Divorce-Online carried out the survey with 5,000 people in both 2011 and 2009, with Facebook relating to spouse’s behaviour with the opposite sex, and spouses using the website to make comments about their exes after separation. The top three reasons for listing Continue reading Facebook cited in a third of divorces in the UK

Rescued Spain Banks Paid Directors $104 Million, Expansion Says- Bloomberg

Seven Spanish savings banks that were bailed out with public money paid their directors almost 80 million euros ($104 million) in basic salaries this year, Expansion reported. Former International Monetary Fund head Rodrigo Rato was the highest paid, earning 2.34 million euros as chairman of Bankia SA, the newspaper said, citing Bank of Spain figures. Any bonus that Rato or the other executives earn on top of their salaries must be approved by the central Continue reading Rescued Spain Banks Paid Directors $104 Million, Expansion Says- Bloomberg