England's march to the quarter-finals of Euro 2012 has been put on hold, as UEFA has ordered the Group D match between England and Ukraine to be replayed after officials failed to spot that Ukraine's Marko Devic had scored a goal which would have levelled the score at a vital time during the match.
Meredith Whitney appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance with Tom Keene Tuesday and talked about Jamie Dimon’s testimony before Congress.
Those U.S. politicos just can't resist the temptation to have a pop at each other.
The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has published its annual report for 2011/12.
Cityboy's latest novel is out, and Here Is The City readers are getting a sneak preview.
Angela Merkel is poised to allow the eurozone's €750bn (£605bn) bailout fund to buy up the bonds of crisis-hit governments in a desperate effort to drive down borrowing costs for Spain and Italy and prevent the single currency from imploding.
Kumi Naidoo, the global head of Greenpeace, is losing patience with the ability of companies and financial institutions to move away from their destructive behaviour.
How do you make £2bn in five years ? Easy. Start with £1.25bn, invest the lot in a successful leveraged buyout and watch £3.4bn pop out the other end.
As the spotlight of investors' attention swings from Greece to Spain, the mood in Italy has been one of increasingly nervous apprehension.
Breaking up ain't that hard to do.
The UK’s banks have been told by the Bank of England that they need to rewrite the employment contracts of hundreds of staff receiving top-up payments alongside their salaries because of the European Union’s bonus cap.
Three former UBS executives urged a U.S. appeals court on Friday to reverse their convictions for conspiring to deceive U.S. cities and towns by rigging bids to invest municipal bond proceeds.
The co-chief executives of Deutsche Bank ruled out stepping down despite criticism from investors over a series of fines and legal problems that have hit the bank, in an interview published in a German newspaper.