HSBC has begun the process of overhauling its senior management team by announcing that its chairman, Douglas Flint, will be replaced next year.
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Leaving the European Union would cause a serious shock to the UK economy that could lead to 950,000 job losses and leave the average household £3,700 worse off by 2020, a report commissioned by the CBI business lobby group has warned.
Forty million years ago a group of ants sat on a tree trunk watching another ant at work. A drop of sap welled over them; the rest is palaeontology.
Amazon took legal action in an attempt to avoid having to hold a shareholder vote on whether it should work to reduce the gap between how much it pays male and female staff.
Sainsbury’s has tabled a £1.4bn takeover of Home Retail Group after South African retail group Steinhoff ditched plans to make a rival bid for the Argos owner.
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A Barclays analyst who was arrested for allegedly torturing his New York roommate's cat is no longer employed by the bank — and also may face serious new criminal charges, CNBC has learned.
UBS, which cut its securities unit to focus on wealth management, raised its bonus pool by 14% in 2015, leaving it the only major European bank to award bankers higher compensation.
Bank of America Chief Operating Officer Thomas K. Montag was paid less than Chief Executive Officer Brian T. Moynihan last year for the first time. Montag was awarded $15.5m, compared with Moynihan’s $16m.
Japan's central bank kept rates steady at its meeting Wednesday, but issued a plethora of fresh changes to its policy approach, marking its latest attempt to boost prices and goose economic growth.
A member of the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) believes the UK economy is likely to slow less than most economists are expecting after June’s Brexit vote.
The apology from Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf doesn't answer questions about the bank's fake accounts scandal, analyst Michael Mayo says.