Danske Bank has hired a new director for its wealth management unit as the bank steps up its focus on areas outside traditional lending to cope with years of negative interest rates.
The glory days of boozy business lunches are long gone because of the time restraints and financial pressures placed on British workers, a new report has claimed.
The Amazon founder just gave a glimpse of how he runs his company.
Credit Agricole has chosen a Canary Wharf office building currently occupied by Morgan Stanley as its preferred option for a new London headquarters, according to two people with knowledge of the matter.
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Plans for an EU financial transaction tax (FTT) could be published by Christmas after politicians in 10 Eurozone countries agreed to push ahead with plans.
Amazon’s next step in its global domination of commerce could be much closer to home. The internet retailer, which has grown into a $397bn company in the 22 years since its founding, is reportedly planning to build a series of bricks and mortar corner stores selling milk, meat, orange juice and newspapers to further cement its recent expansion into the grocery market.
Japanese technology giant Fujitsu has announced plans to cut up to 1,800 jobs in Britain, more than a tenth of its UK workforce .