Amazon has advised readers to buy from other retailers after breaking its silence over a high-profile dispute with the publisher Hachette, which has drawn in the British authors Ian Rankin and JK Rowling.
Anshu Jain, Deutsche Bank Co-CEO and Co-Chairman, spoke with Bloomberg Television's Stephanie Ruhle today about the bank's business strategy, financial regulation and industry outlook.
Look past the fact Google's new prototype car doesn't have a steering wheel or gas and brake pedals.
The London property market is heading for a "natural correction" with the "frenetic" pace of buying beginning to fade, according to the head of Britain's biggest building society.
Britain's growing army of self-employed workers are typically worse off than employees but enjoy greater job satisfaction, according to a report today.
Britain's Serious Fraud Office has launched a formal criminal investigation into GlaxoSmithKline's sales practices, piling further pressure on the drugmaker which is already being investigated by Chinese authorities and elsewhere amid allegations of bribery.
Capitalism is in danger of eating itself, says Mark Carney.
The firm seeks to slim down its operations to prepare for tough new U.S. regulations.
Too pricey even for Goldman Sachs ?
'I’ve initiated an investigation into every employee who’s violated our rules'.
All the those after-hours emails and late finishes are effectively cancelling out your holiday allowance.
The man behind “The Man Who Sold the World” was the first recording artist to go to Wall Street to tap the future earnings of his music, paving the way for a thriving market for esoteric securities backed by everything from racehorse stud rights to commercial washing machines.
A former researcher for GlaxoSmithKline claims his job was snuffed out by the pharmaceuticals giant because he repeatedly raised warnings about alleged mistakes in studies that were used to help sell the company's smoking-reduction products.