City regulators have been handed a dossier of evidence compiled by an adviser to Vince Cable which claims that Royal Bank of Scotland was deliberately wrecking viable small businesses to make profits for the bailed out bank.
Swiss voters rejected a proposal on Sunday to cap the salaries of top executives at 12 times that of a company's lowest wage, heeding warnings from industry leaders that the measure could harm the country's economy.
EasyJet pilots in France are to take strike action on Monday after accusing the airline of failing to share record profits with its staff.
Central banks on both sides of the Atlantic are once again being forced to think the unthinkable.
The post is piling up at Ryan House, a smart, four-storey Georgian townhouse in the heart of Dublin's office district.
The verdict's in.
Bonuses at this firm were largely locked down early this week.
It happens to the best of 'em.
To hire, or not to hire..
A bad apple ? An apple turnover ?
A jury on Tuesday convicted high-frequency trader Michael Coscia of commodities fraud and 'spoofing', in the U.S. government's first criminal prosecution of the banned trading practice.
Goldman Sachs added the offering and auction of securities, as well as 'when-issued trading', to a list of activities that regulators and other government bodies are investigating.
Exchange-traded funds took the heat for the latest market "flash crash," but BlackRock CEO Larry Fink said Tuesday they shouldn't be blamed.