Amazon is planning to hire 1,000 more people than previously expected in the UK this year as the online retailer rolls out its one-hour delivery operation and extends its web services.
'Many people work more hours than they are paid for, often because they feel obligated to, rather than because of a belief that it’s a productive exercise'.
A Goldman Sachs compliance chief raised concerns about an internship the bank provided for the brother of a decision-maker at Libya's sovereign wealth fund, a court heard on Tuesday.
Fortress Investment Group was sued by a managing director who said he was fired days after undergoing treatment for a degenerative disease and told "it’s just not working out."
Royal Bank of Scotland and Lloyds Banking Group are the two major U.K. banks most exposed to the commercial real estate market, which poses a risk for banks after asset managers froze withdrawals from property funds, JPMorgan Chase said.
Sales of new cars in the UK fell for only the second time in more than four years in June, in a sign that consumers are feeling less confident about spending money on big items.
Deutsche Boerse signalled on Tuesday that the headquarters of the European giant to be created from its merger with the London Stock Exchange Group may have to be outside the United Kingdom after the Brexit vote.
Sainsbury’s has warned that up to 600 head office jobs are at risk in its £1.4bn takeover of Argos owner Home Retail Group, but promised the deal would ultimately create several hundred new roles.
The wife of retail tycoon Sir Philip Green has defended their use of companies based in tax havens, praising their “strong regulatory regimes”.
Deutsche Bank’s finances, weakened by low profitability and mounting legal costs, are raising concern among German politicians after the U.S. sought $14bn to settle claims related to the sale of mortgage-backed securities.
Goldman Sachs retained its crown as the bank with the largest commodities revenue in the first half, while lenders saw their worst income from natural resources in at least a decade.
The founder of Sports Direct, Mike Ashley, is taking over as chief executive of the troubled sports retailer following the resignation of Dave Forsey.