For years the London borough of Brent was synonymous with Wembley stadium and Ken Livingstone's constituency when he was an MP. It included some of the capital's most deprived areas, and was once dubbed the drive-by-shooting capital of the UK.
General Motors CEO Mary Barra suffered a bruising second day of congressional testimony related to the car firm’s fatal ignition issues on Wednesday, berated by senators who said her company should face a criminal investigation.
Liquidnet founder & CEO Seth Merrin discusses the negative impacts of high-frequency trading.
The bank is accused of making an 'absolutely unacceptable, illegal and absurd decision'.
A powerful incentive.
Worldwide M&A Up 36% Net Of Competing Bids; Number Of Deals Falls To Decade Low
UBS is poised to receive immunity from European Union currency-rigging fines after it was the first to approach regulators in the probe, according to a person with knowledge of the case.
As European banks gear up for stress tests, one analyst told CNBC that almost none of them would pass the U.S.'s tougher scrutiny.
Global IB Fees Flat; Strongest Year for Europe IB Fees since 2011; JP Morgan Takes Top Spot; Fees from ECM Up 19%; DCM Fees Down 18%
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Top tax officials are exploring whether Amazon and eBay can be forced to foot the bill for ballooning VAT fraud associated with an army of small overseas sellers who are rapidly coming to dominate sales of many popular items on Britain’s leading shopping websites.
The US economy grew at a slightly slower pace than first thought in the third quarter of 2015, continuing a sluggish recovery trend started after the last recession.