David Potts, the new chief executive of Morrisons, is sending managers from head office back to the shop floor over Easter as he begins his attempt to improve trading at the ailing supermarket.
It's a year since Michael Lewis' explosive claim in "Flash Boys" that the market is rigged. Why haven't any of his claims been proven yet?
The giant corrugated white shed that dominates the quayside at Vlissingen in the Netherlands is just one of many dull metal boxes like it, dotted around the harbour city.
Banks and insurance companies regulated by the Bank of England are receiving a £8m rebate on the fees they pay to fund the banking watchdog – partly as a result of a fine imposed on Royal Bank of Scotland.
'One of the big challenges is the shortage of talents, of qualified people'.
Citigroup shareholders will vote next month on whether to defer a chunk of top executives’ pay for 10 years, using the money to cover fines if the bank breaks laws.
One of the most recognizable companies in the world is about to cement its grip on the Dow Jones Industrial Average, and it’s not who you think.
Have you heard the one about the penguin in the sombrero ?
Bank of America must allow its shareholders to vote on a proposal that calls for the company to spin off its investment banking business, after U.S. regulators told the bank it cannot exclude the proposal from its corporate ballot.
A happy workplace culture apparently translates into better stock returns.
Andrea Orcel, head of UBS’s securities unit, said tougher financial regulation and negative interest rates are sapping global confidence as investors question investment banks’ ability to earn money.
A change Goldman Sachs is making to permanently lower fees on its ETFs points to a widespread fund industry practice that few investors monitor.
Financials have been a major concern for market watchers this year amid oil volatility, but Dick Bove says this would be the issue for banks.