Articles by Mark Hanrahan

Mark Hanrahan is a Senior Editor for the International Business Times, based in London. 

Prior to joinig IBT, he worked at the South China Morning Post in Hong Kong, The Huffington Post in New York City, and BBC Future Media in London, England. 

He is a graduate of the City University, London, and Queen Mary College, University of London, with majors in journalism and contemporary history. 


What Happens After The Fireworks?

As Rio gears up for its controversial Olympic games, we examine the extent to which the most recent Olympic host, London, delivered on promises of a lasting economic legacy.

The Battle Of Brexit

The official 10-week campaign before the June referendum on the U.K.’s EU membership got underway Friday.

Citigroup Planning UK Layoffs: Report

Up to 70 traders and salespeople could be let go from the U.S. bank's London operation, according to a Bloomberg report. The bank expects that key revenue streams declined in the first quarter of 2016.



How A French Solo Trader Made A $6.6 Billion Unauthorized Bet

A self-employed trader in France accumulated stock futures worth $6.6 billion in a single day, trading records show, raising questions among investors about how he could build up such a large position despite having only 20,000 euros in his account.