Worldwide M&A up 73%; strongest first half percentage gain since 1998
A U.S. judge on Tuesday dismissed two securities fraud counts against Rengan Rajaratnam, the younger brother of Galleon Group founder Raj Rajaratnam, in a surprise development in the federal criminal insider trading case.
Starting treatment for throat cancer, raising new questions about the succession.
The Goldman Sachs banker who took social media platform Twitter public has been hired to be in charge of its finances.
Almost 30,000 bitcoins seized from the Silk Road, the defunct darknet market, were auctioned on Monday by the US Marshals Service.
Tata Steel has announced plans to cut about 400 jobs at its plant in Port Talbot in Wales and is not ruling out compulsory redundancies.
The name missing from BNP Paribas's grovelling statement of "deep regret" for busting US sanctions was that of Baudouin Prot, the bank's current chairman and former long-serving chief executive.
At the height of the eurozone crisis the Bank of England warned the Treasury that it needed a comprehensive contingency plan to prop up Britain's banks, documents published by the central bank have revealed.
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An annual survey of brands has named the top 20 consumer Superbrands, with airline British Airways retaining the top stop and BBC falling out of the top 20 for the first time.
The pay deals handed to the bosses of Britain’s biggest banks will be in focus this week when they report their results for 2015, at a time when bank shares have been hit by fears of renewed financial crisis.