Marks & Spencer has delivered its first increase in profits since 2011, thanks to a tight rein on capital spending, less discounting and better deals with suppliers.
Navinder Singh Sarao, who stands accused of contributing to the 2010 "flash crash," failed to get his bail conditions reduced.
Japanese air bag manufacturer Takata Corp is expected to declare about 33.8m vehicles defective on Tuesday, a move that is expected to lead to the largest auto recall in US history, the Detroit News reported, citing three officials briefed on the announcement.
Japan's economy staged an encouraging comeback in the first quarter, expanding at its fastest pace in a year, data showed on Wednesday.
Equilar's list of the top 200 CEOs' compensation shows that shareholder return often takes a backseat.
The woman charged in the death of a Google executive aboard a yacht in November 2013 pleaded guilty and was sentenced to six years in prison on Tuesday, NBC affiliate KSBW reported.
Mark Zuckerberg is living several dreams at once.
The wolf is still on Wall Street.
Christian Bittar, the former Deutsche Bank trader caught-up in benchmark rigging probes, has sued the U.K. Financial Conduct Authority weeks after his former employer reached a $352m settlement over Libor.
After decades of swallowing up their smaller competitors, pressure is on for warehouse financial institutions to start divesting their businesses.
June 24. The Brexit referendum result is in the books. Everyone wakes up dazed and wonders “what next?”
The pound swung wildly on currency markets on Monday, reaching extremes of volatility not seen since the financial crisis, as City traders reacted to polls suggesting voters were increasingly likely to send Britain out of the EU this month.
Asset management company Affiliated Managers Group has become the world's second largest hedge fund by acquiring five alternative investment firms managed by Goldman Sachs.