Britain’s economy slowed sharply in the first three months of 2016 as factors unrelated to the looming in/out EU referendum put a brake on growth.
Authors are earning less from Amazon’s new pay-per-page model than they should be, thanks to a rash of scammers taking advantage of the company’s self-publishing platform.
Barclays pre-tax profits have fallen by almost a quarter year-on-year as the investment bank division struggled to perform - but the bank is confident about the outlook for the rest of the year.
Citigroup shareholders have rebelled against the company's executive pay scheme, with more than a third of voters going against the bank's plan.
A former senior executive at Barclays has called emails between staff at the bank about setting Libor to better suit their trading position "improper".
Nomura unexpectedly posted a loss for the first time in more than four years last quarter, as trading income and brokerage commissions dropped and it lost money abroad.
The UK’s four biggest banks face paying out £19.5bn in fines, compensation and legal expenses this year and next, taking the total since 2011 to more than £75bn, according to the ratings agency Standard & Poor’s.
Britain has fallen behind other European countries in efforts to get more women on to company boards, with research showing women occupy less than a quarter of all UK board positions.
Nearly 1,000 trade suppliers, from a Lanarkshire biscuit maker to a lighting company in Poole, could be left unpaid to the tune of £52m if a buyer is not found for BHS.
Standard Chartered CEO Bill Winters expects erratic swings in global markets to continue for at least the rest of this year, complicating his efforts to reinvigorate earnings and restore the lender’s dividend.
Wal-Mart is eliminating 7,000 positions in its back offices across the U.S., the company confirmed Thursday.
Some banks have announced sweeping cuts to their fixed-income units in recent years in the face of shrinking profits.
Investors have seen their interest income squeezed as global bond yields plunge. On the flipside, governments aren't complaining.