London’s biggest minicab firm has been put up for sale by its private equity owner.
Tesco, the UK supermarket chain battling an apparent £250m accounting error, has said its new finance director will start months earlier than planned.
IBM's pay-to-play memo to employees is disturbing, says career coach Marie McIntyre.
Goldman Sachs responds to accusations that Libya's sovereign wealth fund was cheated out of more than $1bn during the Gaddafi era.
Citibank, which told judges this week that Argentina is holding a gun to its head over a $5 million bond interest payment due September 30, faces the possibility the trigger may be pulled as the court threw out its appeal of an order barring it from forwarding the payment.
The increasing frequency and severity of extreme weather events could cost the world $421 billion per year by 2030, the Red Cross warned on Monday.
A Deutsche Bank AG currency trader was dismissed earlier this year after internal checks uncovered irregularities around how he recorded trades, the bank said.
A former mortgage broker from Brooklyn admitted on Friday to being the glue that held together an insider trading ring that involved the passing of stock tips on Post-it notes and napkins in meetings at restaurants in Midtown Manhattan and at Grand Central Terminal.
Whistleblower Haim Bodek now wants to cut the Big Board down to size — and he has a fighting chance with regulators in his corner, say Wall Street veterans.
Citigroup lost two traders in its North America interest-rates trading group, including its head of automated market making, Mike Sung, according to people with knowledge of the matter.
French bank Societe Generale reports worse-than-expected fourth-quarter net profit.
Investment banks Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan could be left with large stakes in Italian oil services company Saipem following the completion of a €3.5bn (£2.7bn) share issue.