European leaders opened a two-day Brussels summit on Thursday with Angela Merkel, the German chancellor, facing stiff resistance to her plan to force structural reforms on the ailing economies of the eurozone.
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Deutsche Bank's failure to turn over e-mails in a tax probe that led to the arrest last year of five employees may have been caused by errors at International Business Machines, which managed the bank’s data storage.
It’s 20 minutes before 4 p.m. in London and currency traders’ screens are blinking red and green.
Warren Buffett gained more wealth than any other U.S. billionaire, adding $37 million a day, according to one study.
Royal Bank of Scotland’s markets division has banned employees from using multidealer chat rooms, joining rivals in curbing the forums amid probes, according to a person with direct knowledge of the plan.
Credit Suisse defrauded investors of more than $1bn by misrepresenting the risks of its residential mortgage-backed securities, acting New Jersey Attorney General John J. Hoffman said in an interview.
Former SAC Capital Advisors portfolio manager Michael Steinberg has been convicted of insider trading in a U.S. victory that may increase pressure on his accused one-time colleague, Mathew Martoma, to cooperate in the probe of founder Steven A. Cohen.
Why is Ford issuing a surprise profit warning now? The answer is all about timing.
The largesse of the Federal Reserve over the past five years has amounted to one of the largest ever subsidies to the American wealthy.
The BRIC era is coming to an end at Goldman Sachs.
Ashok Aram, who heads Deutsche Bank in the Middle East and Africa, will expand his role to take charge of Europe as the bank reduces its global coverage to five regions from seven.
Barclays have announced that Sir Gerry Grimstone has been appointed as their non-executive Director with effect from 1 January 2016 and will succeed Sir Michael Rake as Senior Independent Director and Deputy Chairman with effect from 1 January 2016.