Increasing the level of fines on highly profitable financial institutions will not alter their behaviour, the head of the Financial Conduct Authority said on Thursday as he set out his vision for the new regulator.
Cyprus' finance minister is returning to Cyprus from Russia after two days of talks with officials which failed to deliver a deal to rescue Cyprus.
YouTube has a billion unique users visiting the video-sharing website every month, equivalent to one out of every two people on the internet – and the generation that has grown up with it watches video on smartphones just as much as PCs.
Sir John Peace really should know better. He is the chairman of a bank, Standard Chartered, that has admitted responsibility for breaching US sanctions against Iran and agreed to pay huge fines.
The reason a rescue agreement for Cyprus has been so difficult is "no one wants to bail out a bunch of Russian criminals," Bill Browder of Hermitage Capital told CNBC.
This was not one of England's finest days.
Instinet has announced an organizational change with Shaun Bramham named as Regional Head, Asia-Pacific.
Life could hardly be better for England's Under-21s at the moment.
Roy Hodgson insists he has no regrets at having selected Rio Ferdinand in his initial squad for England's World Cup qualifiers against San Marino and Montenegro.
Those locals who cram into Serravalle's Stadio Olimpico on Friday night will presumably be drawn to the glitz and glamour in the visiting ranks.