Nothing should really surprise us now.
Alison Carnwath, Barclays' former pay chair, has revealed she was a lone voice on the bank's board in recommending the bank's former boss Bob Diamond receive "zero" bonus in 2011.
Nomura posted third-quarter profit that missed analysts’ estimates as a drop in investment banking fees overshadowed gains from brokerage commissions.
Bloomberg's Jessica Howard introduces us to the Maserati's new Quattroporte S.
Chelsea dropped more points last night at the Madejski, losing more ground on league leaders Manchester United.
Manchester City, Chelsea, Manchester United, Swansea, Norwich, Fulham and Arsenal have all targeted some of these names in the past while a former Liverpool man is on the move to Italy in our exclusively continental round-up of the big movers and shakers at the start of Transfer Deadline Day.
Everton, QPR, Aston Villa, Tottenham Hotspur, Wigan, and Fulham feature.
The mystery is why Alison Carnwath, former chair of Barclays' remuneration committee, waited so long to put it on the record. It has been long known that she disagreed with Barclays' decision to award Bob Diamond, the then chief executive, a £2.7m bonus for 2011. But she didn't mention her disagreement with the other directors when resigning from the board last July. She merely cited her regret that she was no longer able to devote "sufficient time" to her non-executive duties.
Britain's big four high street banks could be forced to pay millions of pounds in compensation to small businesses, after the main City regulator found they mis-sold complex insurance products in more than 90% of cases.
Liverpool’s chances of pushing for a European place will be enhanced if they maintain the sort of performance they showed at Arsenal last night.