Navinder Singh Sarao, the trader charged over his role in the 2010 U.S. flash crash, lost a bid to delay extradition proceedings next month.
On Monday, one in seven people on Earth used Facebook – 1 billion people, according to founder Mark Zuckerberg.
Eni's discovery of potentially the world's largest natural-gas field off the Egyptian coast will be a gamechanger for Egypt and the Mediterranean in terms of energy stability, the CEO of the Italian energy giant told CNBC on Monday.
McDonald's has some good news for dairy farmers and bad news for the lactose intolerant.
Goldman Sachs slashed its forecasts for China's growth over the next three years amid broadening pessimism over the health of the world's second largest economy.
Forget the financial turmoil in China and around the world. When it comes to the UK, Mark Carney would have us believe he remains in charge.
One of Britain’s biggest corporate names has been dragged into a multibillion-dollar corruption scandal after Rolls-Royce admitted it was cooperating with Brazilian authorities investigating bribery in the country’s state oil business.
Months after his ouster as CEO of Standard Chartered, Peter Sands is setting up a bookstore in the same district as London’s Arsenal soccer stadium.
The stock market turmoil of the last five days, following weeks of broader declines that have left half of this year's newly listed stocks below their offering prices, could slow the already cooling U.S. market for initial public offerings.
The former London mayor rejected claims by the JPMorgan Chase CEO that the U.K.'s exit from the EU would cost jobs.
Michael Gove has fired shots at investment banks and big business in the midst of EU referendum campaigning, saying the EU is rigged in their favour.
The London Stock Exchange (LSE) and Deutsche Boerse are walking a tightrope. As well as attempting to persuade shareholders and regulators to approve their £21bn merger, the tie-up has also attracted passionate interventions from politicians in the UK, Germany and elsewhere.