George Osborne is to announce on Monday that the government is selling its 40% stake in Eurostar before the election.
Goldman Sachs slashed its growth forecast for Hong Kong as pro-democracy protests stretched into their third week, with no end in sight.
Actor William Shatner told CNBC he was bored by boardroom battles, like the one between Silicon Valley pioneer Mark Andreessen and activist investor Carl Ichan.
Six years ago, finance ministers and central bank governors gathered in Washington for the annual meeting of the International Monetary Fund with the global financial system teetering on the brink.
Here we go again. Just as it looked like the recovery was on a firmer footing, and a little smugness had even crept in over Britain growing faster than other big economies, we’re hit with fresh warnings about a slowdown.
Standing in a brand new British Airways A380, at an altitude of 35,000ft over the Atlantic, Willie Walsh couldn’t resist having a dig at an old rival.
Europol is warning that criminal hackers are targeting global banks, The London Evening Standard reports, aiming to steal as much as $1 billion.
He may have been a reluctant witness, but former Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke delivered powerful testimony during the 10th day of the AIG bailout trial.
Blackstone Group on Friday announced plans to spin off its financial advisory business, its restructuring and reorganization advisory services, and its Park Hill fund businesses into a publicly traded company.
Washington’s probe into the alleged rigging of the $13tril US Treasurys market by Wall Street banks has narrowed its focus to a handful of firms — including Goldman Sachs, The New York Post says.
Richard Fuld, the former CEO of Lehman Brothers, is not liable to onetime employees who suffered millions of dollars in losses in company stock as the bank descended into bankruptcy, a federal appeals court has ruled.
Pankil Patel, an electronic trading executive at Credit Suisse, has left the firm, a person familiar with the matter said.