People walk past an ICAP office in the City of London September 25, 2013. U.S. and British authorities on Wednesday fined ICAP, the world's biggest interdealer broker, $87 million and criminally ... more 
People walk past an ICAP office in the City of London September 25, 2013. U.S. and British authorities on Wednesday fined ICAP, the world's biggest interdealer broker, $87 million and criminally charged three former employees for their role in the Libor benchmark rate rigging scandal. The scandal, which has laid bare the failings of regulators and bank bosses, has triggered a sprawling global investigation that has already seen three banks fined $2.6 billion, four individuals charged, scores of institutions and traders grilled and a spate of lawsuits launched. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW) less 
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Wed, Sep 25, 2013 11:41 AM EDT