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Icap, the international money broker run by former Conversative party chairman Michael Spencer, has reacted angrily to a €14.9m (£11.3m) fine from the European commission for rigging Libor.
Royal Bank of Scotland, Barclays and Lloyds were downgraded by ratings agency Standard & Poor's on Tuesday amid fears the UK government will refuse to offer them financial support in the event of another crisis.
JPMorgan Chase has agreed to pay $500 million to end more than six years of class action litigation over Bear Stearns' sale of $17.58 billion of mortgage securities that proved defective during the U.S. housing and financial crises.
Ford, moving to keep up with growing demand for its new F-150 pickup, is hiring more workers who will support increased production of the company's new truck.
Walt Disney blew past Wall Street's expectations Tuesday, reporting earnings per share and revenue that were both higher than even the most optimistic of more than two dozen estimates on Wall Street.
After a tweet promoting its Popcorn Nuggets, KFC is facing a backlash from Twitter users for marketing its fried food to children.
Alibaba founder Jack Ma has been knocked off his perch as China's richest man by "new energy king" Li Hejun, according to the Hurun's 2015 Global Rich List.
Last year was an annus horribilis for bitcoin. Its price, once up above $1,200, sunk below $250.
Fears over the UK’s faltering economic outlook have been underlined by a survey showing a sharp drop in confidence among financial services firms, against the backdrop of the Chinese slowdown and the EU referendum.
Fresh evidence of subdued consumer spending and soft inflation in the US has bolstered expectations that the Federal Reserve will hold back from raising interest rates over the coming months.
Most British workers are spending longer at their workplace for little or no gain in productivity, according to a landmark study being released this week.