An agreement has finally been reached in Brussels after almost 17 hours of talks, Europe’s longest-ever summit.
European leaders in Brussels have reached a third bailout deal for Greece on Monday morning after more than 17 hours of talks on the thorny subject of reforms and more financial aid for the near-bankrupt country.
In a bid to remove the distractions of home and cafes, some freelancers and entrepreneurs are turning to office space sharing.
A majority of companies believe a British exit from the EU could harm them but only 7% would be willing to speak out publicly against “Brexit”, according to a survey of FTSE-350 firms.
A marathon overnight negotiation between Greece and its creditors remained unresolved on Monday morning after European leaders confronted Alexis Tsipras, the Greek prime minister, with a package of austerity measures which entailed a surrender of fiscal sovereignty.
They seek him here, they seek him there … the former HSBC gaffer, Lord Green of Hurstpierpoint, might be described as the scarlet pimpernel of banking.
The numbers are mind-boggling.
With its shuttered banks, furious public protests and iconoclastic politicians, the plight of Greece, brought to its knees by a crippling debt burden, has been gripping and heartbreaking in equal measure: a full-blown sovereign debt crisis on the doorstep of some of the wealthiest countries in the world.
Andy Palmer was a successful senior executive at one of the biggest car companies in the world. He had no financial worries and was surrounded by the love of his family.
Inter dealer brokers Tullet and Icap could avoid a lengthy probe into their merger, with the two firms proposing a sale of the latter's London-based oil trading desks.
Royal Bank of Scotland has cut 2,700 jobs - around a 5% of its UK workforce - in the past four months as the bailed-out bank attempts to cut costs in its attempts to return to the private sector.