Morrisons is facing a bill worth tens of millions of pounds to offload its struggling convenience store business.
The Federal Reserve is inching closer to the first interest rate increase in nearly a decade, minutes of the central bankers’ latest meeting indicated on Wednesday.
The EU dream is a tattered one these days.
Glencore’s first-half profit has more than halved as the commodity trader and miner suffered from plunging commodity prices.
Germany’s parliament has backed a third Greek bailout following a heated debate in the Bundestag, despite widespread misgivings over whether the country will manage to implement reforms in return for money.
Improper hiring practices.
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A literature review of all of the FTSE 100’s 2014 Annual Reports reveals that the UK’s largest listed companies are failing to effectively communicate their engagement with the issue of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) inclusion, most comprehensively overlooking transgender staff.
Goldman Sachs said its U.K. subsidiary gained approval to access funding from the Bank of England as part of the central bank’s move to allow more firms to tap it in the event of a crisis.
Early in Google’s history, an executive suggested that the firm adopt the slogan “Don’t Be Evil.”
A former Barclays director was accused by the U.S. of giving tips about future mergers and acquisitions to a plumber friend in exchange for cash and a new bathroom, an arrangement that went down the drain when the plumber snitched to the government.
Goldman Sachs President Gary Cohn said the same forces that helped fuel near-record mergers and acquisitions in 2015 remain in place today and that the outlook for the business remains bright.
JPMorgan’s Swiss unit has hired Matteo Gianini from Deutsche Bank, adding to the lender’s wealth-management troubles there.