Czech Prime Minister Petr Necas is to formally resign over a graft and spying scandal involving his chief of staff. The case has thrown the political future of the recession-hit EU state into uncertainty.
A member of the Board of Directors has quit in frustration. That can happen; it's not necessarily a bad thing. But in the present case, some very difficult questions come up, according to DW's Henrik Böhme.
A lawyer hired by Deutsche Bank to investigate a string of scandals has suddenly left his post. His resignation followed an unusually public spat over whether he had gone too far by honing in on the bank's own chairman.
Spain's industry minister has resigned after being tied to an offshore firm in the Panama Papers leak. The Popular Party member is the latest political victim from a widening scandal over global tax avoidance.
Sigmundur David Gunnlaugsson has offered his resignation after initially resisting pressure to step down. The prime minister was among those caught up in a worldwide scandal following the release of the "Panama Papers."
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