The criminal charges against five men who authorities tracked down after last year’s hacking attack on JPMorgan leave one very important question.
Twenty-two financial companies that have served as primary dealers of U.S. Treasury securities were sued in federal court on Thursday, in what was described as the first nationwide class action alleging a conspiracy to manipulate Treasury auctions that harmed both investors and borrowers.
Greece is bracing for the return to Athens of officials representing the reviled “troika” of creditors as the debt-stricken country prepares to start negotiations for a third bailout.
The Royal Mint has reported soaring profits, boosted by commemorative coins struck and sold to mark events such as the 50th anniversary of Winston Churchill’s death and the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta.
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A new CareerBuilder survey finds workers are having an increasingly hard time separating their professional and personal lives.
Shares in retail giant Amazon soared 18% in after hours trading on Thursday, making it the most valuable retail company in the world, after the company announced an unexpected profit and a sharp rise in sales for its latest quarter.
There are two major questions facing bitcoin: What is it for? And who gets to decide? A bad decision could wreck the technology.
Andy Hornby, the former boss of failed bank HBOS, will secure a senior role in the gambling business formed from the merger of Ladbrokes and Gala Coral, putting pressure on City regulators to publish a long-awaited report on his role in the mortgage lender’s implosion.
'You drill a bunch of holes and you can have a bunch of dry holes or you can hit a couple of active wells'.
UBS opened a financial futures brokerage service in China, allowing it to tap the country’s $64tril market.
The long-standing relationship between Sir Philip Green and Goldman Sachs will be scrutinised this week as part of a parliamentary probe into the collapse of BHS, the high street retailer.
A former Barclays trader who is currently standing trial accused of Libor-rigging related offences told the court late last week that three senior figures at the bank must have known about the rate fixing.