After more than a decade of revelling in the reputation of being aviation's least likeable man, Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary has finally admitted that his image, and that of his airline, may be a problem.
BT is handing its outgoing chief executive Ian Livingston almost £9m in bonuses before he takes up the unpaid role of trade minister in the coalition government.
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Two former employees of Barclays have signed deals with the US Department of Justice as part of its probe into alleged Libor manipulation, underlining the thrust of the worldwide investigation that is expected to yield more criminal charges against individuals over the next month.
Barclays has said that Emmanuel Fievet, head of wealth management for the U.K. and Europe, has left the company and will be replaced by Henry Fischel-Bock.
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Police have arrested eight men in connection with a £1.3m theft by a gang who remotely took control of the computer system of a Barclays bank branch.
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A Goldman Sachs Managing Director is scheduled to be arraigned on charges of raping a woman at his rental home in East Hampton, New York, the wealthy beach community on the east end of Long Island.
The ex-head of trading at Deutsche Bank's Russian operation, Tim Wiswell, has filed a suit against his former employer for wrongful dismissal, his lawyer said on Wednesday.
The Bank of England's rate-setting committee voted 8-1 to keep interest rates at their record low for another month in October, as a rate rise before mid-2016 looks increasingly less likely.
BlackRock, the world’s biggest money manager, is proposing changes that would enable large, longtime shareholders in the company to nominate their own directors.