Barclays has agreed to sell a portfolio of salary secured loans, worth around £260m, in Italy to IBL Banca.
France's President Francois Hollande has accused the US of double standards in throwing multi-billion euro fines at European banks while complaining about European Commission investigations into US companies.
Wells Fargo & Company have announced that Chairman and Chief Executive Officer John Stumpf has informed the Company’s Board of Directors that he is retiring from the Company and the Board, effective immediately.
A couple of months back Nick Kyrgios was the subject of a lengthy profile piece in the New York Times.
The future of the Toronto Maple Leafs has arrived ahead of schedule.
Victoria should ditch the embattled Australian Formula One Grand Prix and give it to New South Wales, the Victorian Greens have said, with the event held in March costing taxpayers $61m.
Liverpool will face Manchester United in the Premier League next week.
At a party late one night, years ago, I remember being bear-hugged by a Rip Curl executive. “You want a story mate? Remember this name: Tyler Wright.”
The Celtic hitman had an impact for Scotland in midweek, but it perhaps came too late.
This season has reached the stage when those who wield the power at clubs take stock and weigh up whether their team is heading in the right direction. The pressure to act quickly is strong, the increasingly trigger-happy chairmen of the land have managers looking over their shoulders.
The US economy added only 156,000 jobs in September, the US Department of Labor announced on Friday, a figure likely to be seized on as the presidential race enters its final stretch. The unemployment rate was 5%, up from 4.9% in August.
'In a word, frightening'.