Over three quarters of private equity chiefs in the UK have reported an increase in employee numbers within their investment portfolio in the last year.
The head of Foundem, the British search engine company which first triggered an antitrust investigation into Google by the European commission, has warned that the search engine company faces "a tsunami of follow-on litigation" if it does not alter its search results in a negotiated settlement.
A case of bad timing.
Shareholders in RBS are in talks with litigation funds with a view to launching a formal $5.24 bn fund lawsuit against the bank, the Times reported on Monday.
Switzerland’s attorney general opened a criminal probe of UBS after a complaint filed by Bruno Manser Fund, a rain-forest advocacy group, that alleged a Malaysian politician used UBS accounts to launder money.
Now here's the thing.
Facebook's shares hit new lows Friday as analysts worried the social network's insiders may be preparing to sell yet more stock.
Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke delivered a robust defence of the central bank's interventions to boost the fragile US economic recovery on Friday, preparing the ground for possible further action that would likely prove to be politically controversial.
At 10.15am on Friday Boris Berezovsky strolled into London's high court.
The scale of FIFA's excesses were highlighted on Wednesday when a study of salaries showed that employees at soccer's world governing body received wages that were 34 percent higher than the average hedge fund trader.
Well, well, well.
Galleon Group hedge fund founder Raj Rajaratnam plans to formally ask a U.S. judge to throw out his 11-year prison sentence and void many of the 14 counts for which he was convicted in his insider trading case.