Facebook has hired Gary Briggs, a veteran of Google and Ebay to be its first chief marketing officer as the world’s largest social network seeks to expand its global brand.
International Business Machines Corp (IBM) has said it’s requiring the majority of U.S. employees in its hardware unit to take a week off with reduced pay, cutting costs as demand slows for products such as servers.
The Bank of England is expected to follow the US Federal Reserve when it issues new guidance on setting interest rates on Wednesday.
The Washington Post Co. said that Bezos will buy its newspaper publishing business, including the Washington Post newspaper, for $250 million as an individual and not through Amazon.
The guy just turned up on the trading floor one day.
To pay or not to pay, that is the question.
A federal jury in New York decided on Friday that a woman who was one of 11 people in her division at Bank of New York Mellon laid off in 2010 was not a victim of sex discrimination.
Citigroup hired John 'Jay' Mann from Goldman Sachs Group Inc. as head of index trading within credit markets, according to two people briefed on the matter.
The Securities and Exchange Commission's track record in prosecuting financial crisis crimes leaves something to be desired.
It took just two hours after his successor Ross McEwan was announced for Stephen Hester to revealed his post-RBS plans.
Britain’s financial services sector could retain its pre-eminent global position even if voters opt to leave the European Union, according to a leading economics consultancy.
The average price paid by Londoners for property has had hit a record high of 12 times earnings, and the gap between house prices in the capital and the UK’s other big cities is at its widest for 20 years, according to a an industry report.