Shell always appoints its chief executives from inside, so nobody should be surprised it has done so again.
"Compelling industrial logic" sounds like the sort of quality that ought to survive a detour via the Competition Commission.
The British sugar giant Tate & Lyle has imported large volumes of sugar from Cambodia through a supplier that is accused of using child labour and being complicit in expropriating land and inflicting violence on local people.
Britain will grow faster this year than previously expected according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), in the first major upgrade of the UK's economic outlook for almost three years.
The International Monetary Fund downgraded its global growth outlook for 2013 on Tuesday, and warned of three "new risks" that threaten to derail the global economic recovery.
If you want to see the big-swingers of the future in investment banking, don’t look on the trading floor – they’re more likely to senior employees based in technology teams.
Morgan Stanley named new co-heads of fixed-income trading in May, and has now combined the firm’s corporate credit and structured products groups in Europe and promoted other executives.
Moelis & Co., the advisory firm founded by Kenneth Moelis, told its bankers it will distribute $35m to investors and employees with a stake in the company, a person with direct knowledge of the matter said.
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The UK government has ruled out a broad investigation into whether Royal Bank of Scotland should be broken up and sold off in smaller component parts to foster more competition in the banking sector.
SABMiller has agreed to sell itself to Anheuser-Busch InBev for $104bn (£68bn), in a deal that will be the biggest ever takeover of a British company.
Singapore's 3Q gross domestic product data this week may show the economy slipping into a technical recession for the first time since 2008.
An American banker is being tipped as the new chief executive of Barclays in a move that could be interpreted as a sign that the scaling back of the investment bank pursued by his predecessor could be put on hold.