Nick Robertson, the co-founder of the online fashion retailer Asos, is to step down as chief executive in a surprise move after a tricky 18 months for the former stock market darling.
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Many people dream of travelling to the moon, but if all else fails, they can now be laid to rest there.
The chair of Man Group’s business in China is said to have been called to a meeting between foreign financial firms and market authorities as Beijing puts pressure on prominent figures in the financial industry over recent heavy falls in share prices.
World stock markets got off to a rocky start in September closing sharply down on fears that China’s slowing economy will hurt economies across the globe.
Careful what you wish for.
The last thing Babar Afzal remembers before he lost consciousness was sprinting across a Himalayan plateau wielding a Swiss-army knife, trying to save a herd of goats from being eaten by snow leopards.
Citigroup plans to rebuild its long-neglected equities franchise seeking to capitalise on a retrenchment by rivals in the face of new rules designed to make the financial system less risky, according to people familiar with the bank's plans.
Bank of America has hired junk-bond trader Brian Zucker from Jefferies Group, according to people with knowledge of the matter.
Businesses in Britain’s services sector enjoyed a rebound in growth last month but were more nervous about hiring new staff before this month’s EU referendum, according to a survey.
A group of MPs investigating working conditions at Sports Direct are to discuss applying sanctions on Mike Ashley after the retailer’s billionaire founder said he would defy a parliamentary summons to appear before the select committee.
Back in 2012, the first Friday of the month was an exciting day in US politics. As Barack Obama and Mitt Romney fought to convince voters that they’d be the best candidate to steer the US economy through recovery, the official monthly jobs report provided both sides with ammunition.