Actor Harvey Keitel is suing E*Trade, saying the online stock-trade company hired him to do three commercials for $1.5m — but then fired him.
First there was one. Then three. Now the U.K. Financial Conduct Authority is facing nine lawsuits for improperly identifying traders in penalty notices, in what has quickly become a nightmare for the agency.
Global banks could quit London if Britain votes to leave the European Union, the ratings agency Standard & Poor’s has said, as it warned a UK exit would pose a risk to the growth prospects of the UK economy.
One of Switzerland’s two global banks was conspicuously absent from the Innovation in Finance conference in April at the Dolder Grand, a castlelike hotel overlooking Zurich.
Amazon is overhauling the way it pays royalties to self-published authors on its e-book platform, by rewarding them based on the number of pages of their book that have been read.
Greece’s date with destiny started with its upstart prime minister, Alexis Tsipras, being slapped on the face.
Like a husband forgiven for countless infidelities, Greek leader Alexis Tsipras is back in Brussels with a wink and a smile and yes, another kiss and make-up proposal. Only this time, it looks like the marriage is saved.
The most expensive divorce in history may soon become the most expensive divorce reduction in history.
While most of the internet has been trying to decide which woman should take Alexander Hamilton’s spot on the $10 bill, former US Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke has been compiling a list of reasons why Hamilton should stay. And who should go instead.
Some big companies have begun signing deals with Tehran since the U.S. and other global powers lifted long-running sanctions against the Middle Eastern country, but banks are very nervous after being burned in the past.
The timing of the steel crisis could hardly have been worse for China. Beijing is desperate to be granted market economy status within the World Trade Organisation but is running into stiff opposition from both the US and Europe.
Nobody would have noticed anything odd had they been walking along the rear security wall of Buckingham Palace on 23 October 2008. Yet all around there were hidden eyes and ears trained on the activities taking place in a small office located on nearby Grosvenor Place.