A jury was sworn in at Southwark crown court on Monday to hear the case of Kweku Adoboli, a City trader who is accused of causing £1.4bn of losses for his former employer, Swiss bank UBS.
Japanese Financial Services Minister Tadahiro Matsushita has died, an aide at his regional office said. He was 73. Police are investigating the possibility of suicide, a police spokesman said.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has charged three former brokers at an Atlanta-based brokerage firm for 'churning' the accounts of customers with conservative investment objectives, causing severe investor losses while the brokers collected handsome fees.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has announced an emergency enforcement action against an asset manager who has boasted remarkable investment success throughout the global financial crisis while allegedly exaggerating the value of the assets he manages and concealing major losses from investors.
The two highly rated rookie quarterbacks at the Indianapolis Colts and the Washington Redskins had contrasting fortunes on their NFL debuts. Richard Moore takes an in-depth look at their performances.
A lot of blame has been laid at the door of the Fenway Sports Group for Liverpool's recent plight; but are they simply trying to recreate a change in thinking that worked so well with their Boston Red Sox franchise.
Rookie quarterback Brandon Weeden suffered an embarrassing start ahead of his first ever NFL game.
The praise for the Arsenal midfielder is spiralling out of control after a start to the season possibly beyond his wildest dreams.
Young Chilean forward Angelo Henriquez sealed his switch to Manchester United last week. He might just amaze a few people.
They will share your pain.