London's economic growth plummeted to it lowest since 2013 in February, a survey of businesses shows this morning.
Millions of UK holidaymakers and business travellers face higher air fares and fewer scheduled flights between the UK and the European Union if the UK votes to leave the 28-member bloc in the June referendum,, an industry trade body has warned.
Advertising company WPP will reveal this week that its chief executive, Sir Martin Sorrell, has been handed shares worth £60m in a move that will take the total earnings of the high-profile FTSE 100 boss to more than £150m in five years.
'Ensuring the best split possible and avoid a lot of ‘noise’ around the move'.
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A spelling mistake in an online bank transfer helped halt a nearly $1bn heist last month, sparing the Bangladesh central bank and the New York Fed from an embarrassing episode.
The London Stock Exchange and Deutsche Boerse are this week set to tell shareholders how their proposed £20bn merger would save hundreds of millions of pounds.
George Osborne has warned that a slowing global economy will mean more cuts to public spending ahead of this week's Budget.
It’s survival of the fattest in private equity-land, and the new dynamic may force more M&A among investment firms.
Leaving the EU Single Market and losing passporting rights would be far from a disaster for the City of London, leading analysts at Moody's have found.
Prime Minister Theresa May is to go on a charm offensive with US banks, holding a summit with some of the biggest institutions in a bid to reassure them over potential repercussions of Britain's vote to leave the EU.