Barclays has failed to win the all-clear from a powerful investors' group about the way it is using complex financial instruments to raise capital and pay its bankers.
It started with a tale of over-the-top payments – the £170m that was proposed for 70 top Xstrata executives, and then shot down by shareholders – and now it's ending in similar fashion.
Google chairman Eric Schmidt has denied that there is any tension with Samsung, the world's biggest mobile phone maker and the only Android handset manufacturer making substantial profits.
Scott Merrillees, the chief financial officer at embattled mining group Bumi, is to step down from the board after the scandal-hit company has twice been forced to delay its financial results.
Twitter has blocked Flattr, a "payment" service in which people could get paid for having their tweets favourited by other users, from accessing its systems.
Intel reported quarterly earnings Tuesday that came in just short of expectations, while revenue hit analysts' target.
The search gian reported first-quarter earnings that topped forecasts, but revenue fell short and shares fell after-hours.
Google has begun shipping its Google Glass "wearable computing" devices to its first users outside the company – and released guides so developers can write software for it.
Arsène Wenger accused Everton of going "over the edge" to intimidate Arsenal at the Emirates and was critical of the referee, Neil Swarbrick, for failing to dismiss the visitors' Darron Gibson as a goalless draw hindered both clubs' pursuit of a top-four place.
Arsène Wenger had mused that "momentum can be fragile" as he considered Arsenal's recent upturn and the need for another victory to turn the screw on Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur in the race for Champions League qualification.