Spain's regional woes are expected to weigh on financial markets this week after a second local government in three days asked for state aid, increasing fears that the eurozone's fourth largest economy will be forced to seek a full-blown rescue.
An Italian professor has found himself at loggerheads with his country's rising political star Beppe Grillo, after claiming that more than half of the comedian turned politician's online followers are fake.
The Treasury will announce a crackdown on tax avoidance schemes on Monday in the wake of the row over the tax affairs of the comedian Jimmy Carr.
Trade minister Lord Green is under intense scrutiny after it emerged that HSBC continued to operate hundreds of accounts with suspected links to Mexican drug cartels, even after Green and fellow executives were told by regulators that HSBC was one of the worst banks for money laundering.
Tony Blair has accepted some responsibility for the state of Britain's economy after admitting his government failed to understand the complexity of the financial sector or foresee that it was on the brink of crisis.
High-street banks have long promised to go the extra mile for their customers, but none of them can purport to offer the kind of service private banks do.
Japan’s ruling party is seeking changes to insider-trading rules that would allow criminal charges and fines for brokerages and bankers who leak stock offering information, according to a document obtained by Bloomberg News.
The British Bankers' Association (BBA) issued a warning to banks in April 2008 to "submit honest rates" to its Libor setting panel, according to a series of emails which demonstrate that the problems with the crucial interest rate were being discussed at the highest level during the financial crisis.
Selby Jennings, who came out top in the Here Is The City 2012 poll of jobseekers and client companies.
Wells Fargo Securities has announced that Bill Brenizer and David Cheney have joined the company as managing directors in the Industrials Investment Banking Group.