Former UBS trader Tom Hayes appeared in a London court on Thursday accused of conspiracy to defraud in connection with a global investigation into the Libor interest rate rigging scandal.
Tom Hayes, the former UBS and Citigroup derivatives trader, conspired with employees at HSBC, Rabobank Groep and other banks, as well as brokers, to manipulate Libor rates, prosecutors said Thursday.
As swingeing government cuts bite, critics may have questioned George Osborne's soul, but Barack Obama appears to have no such doubts about the chancellor.
PIMCO co-CIO Bill Gross appeared on Bloomberg TV's 'Street Smart' with Trish Regan and Adam Johnson today, where he said that investors who are selling Treasuries on expectations that the Federal Reserve will scale back QE are missing the influence of inflation on the Fed's decision.
There is no doubt where football fans feel Luiz should be playing on a regular basis.
Arsenal target Etienne Capoue is in negotiations with Monaco over a move, according to reports in France.
David Moyes has a far more difficult introduction to Manchester United's hot-seat than Sir Alex Ferguson did back in 1986.
Keisuke Honda put in a mesmerizing performance for Japan at the Confederations Cup to re-announce himself on the world stage.
We look at our top five candidates for the England Under-21 manager role now that Stuart Pearce has been resolved of his duties by the FA
Blackstone and Fisterra Energy ('Fisterra'), a company owned by funds managed by Blackstone on behalf of its private equity investors, has announced that General Wesley Clark, former NATO Supreme Allied Commander in Europe, and Lars Thunell, former International Finance Corporation head, have joined Fisterra’s Board of Directors.