Large firms in Europe are losing over 130,000 jobs each year in IT, finance and other areas, as jobs are increasingly offshored to cheaper locations, meaning that by 2017, some 1.9 million European jobs will have disappeared, according to new report.
Turkish windsurfer to work with former vice-president
A U.S appeals court on Monday said investors may revive a lawsuit accusing Britain's Barclays of misleading them in a 2008 stock offering about its subprime mortgage exposure and ability to manage credit risks.
Justice Department trying to use law against Wall Street Banks
Falcone must admit wrongdoing.
Topics at Warren Buffett's private dinner with Bank of America's Brian Moynihan 'very likely' included his $5bn investment in BofA, whose shares have more than doubled since Buffett's investment in August 2011.
It's early days. Mark Carney is still finding his feet as the new governor of the Bank of England. Financial markets get things wrong with stunning regularity.
Almost two thirds of Britain's financial services firms have raised salaries for their top employees to compensate for an incoming European Union cap on bonuses.
Male U.K. company managers earned average bonuses over the past year that were twice as big as their female counterparts, according to the Chartered Management Institute.
Firm to scale back after worst monthly loss since June 2008.
The London Stock Exchange Group has announced that Nikhil Rathi has been appointed CEO of London Stock Exchange Plc, effective immediately.
The crisis enveloping Volkswagen has intensified as German prosecutors opened an investigation of the former boss of the world’s biggest carmaker, Martin Winterkorn, over the emissions scandal.
Dan Graham never expected he’d be looking for real estate to house a business other than his own.