French authorities are formally investigating UBS for allegedly helping wealthy clients open undeclared bank accounts in Switzerland.
George Osborne will be urged on Monday to fire the starting gun on a sell-off of the government's stake in RBS and Lloyds Bank Group by offering shares worth £1,650 a person to 48 million taxpayers.
Sir Roger Carr is set to be named chairman of BAE Systems, as the defence firm attempts to move on following its failed £30bn merger bid with European rival EADS.
Along-anticipated document landed on George Osborne's desk last week.
A leading think tank in the U.K. has said it will not just be the 2015 election that hinges on austerity measures but the 2020 one too.
She's been out in the field - and in the haystack and bedroom too apparently. SAFE FOR WORK
Lloyd Blankfein, CEO of Goldman Sachs, told the graduating class at LaGuardia Community College that associating with ambitious people is one key to success in life.
Bank of America's $8.5bn mortgage-bond settlement is 'outstanding' for investors, said a Pacific Investment Management executive, who defended the deal against opposition.
Art is no longer just a way to spend wealth - it's also become a creator of wealth.
Paul Kafka, until recently Global Head of Marketing at UBS Investment Bank and former EMEA Head of Corporate Communications at Goldman Sachs, has launched Woodgate Consultants Ltd, a strategic consultancy providing communications and marketing advice.
Barclays is seeking to expand and deepen its equity research coverage in Japan even as it cuts jobs elsewhere. For analyst Atsuro Takemura, that means sleeping on the job.
How can we expect Wall Street’s me-first culture to change when regulators won’t pursue or even identify the me-firsters who are directly involved?
The head of the International Monetary Fund has warned that global growth will be weaker than previously expected and that emerging economies should be alert to potential shockwaves from China’s slowdown.