Generous pay packets in the boardroom could be set to become a thing of the past, as a new report has found that fees for non-executive directors have grown at their slowest rate for more than 15 years.
The oil and gas industry is repeating the mistakes of previous downturns by resorting to short-term cost-cutting measures, according to a new report.
Wall Street’s heavy hitters have a secret: the performance coach.
Unilever, the consumer goods group behind Persil and Magnum, has said it will not scale back its UK operations if Britain votes to leave the European Union.
Fears of a British exit from the European Union are adding to the list of concerns causing turbulence on global financial markets, the IMF’s managing director Christine Lagarde said on Saturday.
London has topped a ranking of the world's most innovative cities for the second year in a row, helped by a string of plans to boost the capital city's infrastructure.
They were studying the snow forecasts in Davos on Friday. But the 3,000 bankers and CEOs who had flown to the Swiss ski resort for the annual gathering of the global business elite were not interested in what conditions would be like on the slopes this weekend. Rather, they were focused on the monster blizzard stalking the US.
The new year kicked off with a global stock market and commodities rout over worries about the global economic outlook and China’s economy in particular.
Starbucks is growing U.S. sales faster than its competitors because it is finding more opportunities to cash in beyond its peak breakfast hours, Chairman and CEO Howard Schultz said Friday.
Goldman Sachs topped forecasts with earnings per share of $3.72 and revenue of $7.932 billion.
Goldman Sachs' Jason Gottlieb, a partner in the bank's asset management division, is leaving the firm.
Societe Generale on Monday asked for an adjournment to push back the date of a trial in a long-running dispute with Libya's $67bn sovereign wealth fund over a series of trades entered into between 2007 and 2009.