Boots has been accused of forcing staff to abuse, for the company’s profit, an NHS scheme intended to help sick patients.
Deutsche Bank became the latest business to scale back its plans in North Carolina on Tuesday, citing the state’s decision to invalidate existing protections of the rights of its lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender citizens.
U.S. regulators plan to notify major U.S. banks that their living wills are inadequate, The Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday.
'Yet to see signs of any cost action'
'Decisive action to refine the services we offer to our clients'.
Citigroup is planning to cut staff in London as it seeks to trim costs to compensate for lower trading revenue, according to people familiar with the matter.
Wall Street’s down — and somebody’s gotta pay.
For the last 15 years, Barclays has used the global popularity of Premier League soccer to gain footing in new markets. Next month, its reign as title sponsor ends, a reflection of the league’s growing ambitions and the bank’s shrinking ones.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has banned Paul White from performing any function in relation to any regulated financial activity and publicly censured him. Were it not for Mr White’s serious financial hardship, the FCA would have fined him £250,000 ($357,575).
Job openings in the City dried up over the summer as finance firms put hiring on hold while they assess the damage of the UK's vote to leave the EU, according to new research.
Deutsche Bank’s finances, weakened by low profitability and mounting legal costs, are raising concern among German politicians after the U.S. sought $14bn to settle claims related to the sale of mortgage-backed securities.
Goldman Sachs retained its crown as the bank with the largest commodities revenue in the first half, while lenders saw their worst income from natural resources in at least a decade.