The Bank of England can afford to keep interest rates low for longer than previously thought, deputy governor Jon Cunliffe has said, in comments that will reinforce the market view that rates will remain at 0.5% until at least the middle of next year.
Ryanair faces an €8.3m (£6.5m) penalty after losing an appeal against a ruling that it breached French labour laws by employing 127 local staff on Irish contracts.
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Royal Bank of Canada and two senior executives have been hit with a pregnancy discrimination suit by an employee who claims they denied her a promotion and took away her biggest accounts.
A former Deutsche Bank executive won a London court ruling in a bitter divorce case, clearing him of allegations that he used a tiger conservation charity for his personal benefit.
Barclays breezed through the European Banking Authority’s stress test. The bigger challenge lies at home.
UBS has warned of $1.9bn in litigation charges as it reported forecast-beating third-quarter profits, saying charges were likely to remain elevated for the "foreseeable future".
Nomura's second-quarter earnings rose more than analysts estimated as Japan’s biggest securities firm reaped higher brokerage commissions and trading revenue and returned to profit abroad.
Standard Chartered’s shares tumbled on Tuesday after the emerging markets bank issued another warning on profits, putting further pressure on its boss, Peter Sands.
A new survey has found that CEOs and other top executives see cybersecurity as a major concern, yet 72 percent of those who voiced that concern do not priortize investments in technology or in their response to incidents.
Heads of many of the country's largest companies have rallied around Britain's "stay" campaign, according to a report in The Times.
Standard Chartered shares dropped this morning as the company revealed that its profits before tax had dropped sharply.
HSBC paid 453 staff €1m (£780,000) or more in 2015 – up from 320 a year earlier – as it warned it faced a bumpy economic backdrop.