For much of the last two decades, bankers advising big companies have watched ruefully as they lost their once-dominant position on Wall Street to powerful traders.
UBS, facing the threat of competition from Google and Amazon.com, has turned to a Singapore-based technology company that uses artificial intelligence for help delivering personalized advice to the bank’s wealthy clients.
'Take care of your health first - nothing is more important'.
In early 2013 Credit Suisse’s top management was convinced it had adapted to the much stricter rules that have been ushered in since the financial crisis.
Boris Johnson’s paean to Churchill provided amusement while a life of Czech dissident Václav Havel proved revelatory
The Bank of England has warned half a million families would be at risk of falling into mortgage arrears once it started to raise interest rates from their emergency level of 0.5%.
Robots that can see, feel, hear and smell are being deployed to predict and prevent crimes at places like corporate campuses and malls.
The City of London’s status as a favourite place for the world’s dishonest officials to hide stolen money will remain a stain on the UK’s reputation, despite a long-awaited government anti-corruption plan expected on Monday , according to a formerregulator who is now an MP.
A website that was going viral on Russian social networks last week shows the rouble-dollar exchange rate, the rouble-euro exchange rate and the price of Brent crude changing in real time against a backdrop of slowly breaking waves, as soothing music plays in the background.
The Starbucks Reserve Roastery and Tasting Room megastore that opened in Seattle on Friday is just the beginning, said CEO Howard Schultz.
If you’re planning to give up your university summer break, you may want to make sure you’re being adequately reimbursed – especially if you’re working long hours in one of London’s biggest banks.
Last month banks provided City regulators with individual statements of responsibility for every one of their senior managers, detailing their personal accountabilities.
A London banker hired by Libya to manage more than $800m is being sued over claims he misappropriated assets the country had invested before the revolution to support a lavish lifestyle.