The US Commodity Futures Trading Commission is settling charges against the bank for attempted manipulation and false reporting.
George Osborne has been accused by a Conservative MP of plotting to break the law in order to “bludgeon” people into voting in favour of staying in the EU.
Charlie Mulgrew has spoken to Brendan Rodgers about his Celtic future.
Meeting rules laid down in Brussels on how government deals with the private sector costs Whitehall more than £1.5bn a year, the leave campaign has claimed.
David Cameron’s former election adviser and trusted confidant has claimed the prime minister would advocate leaving the EU if he were not leading the country.
Boris Johnson is painting an unreal picture of the EU for the British public and should return to Brussels to see whether his claims chime with “reality”, the president of the European Commission has claimed.
Sergio Ramos insists that when it comes to the first time, winning the European Cup is like having sex – you never forget it.
Premier League clubs generated a record income of almost £3.4bn last year, with 14 of the 20 clubs making a profit, the Guardian’s analysis of their most recently published accounts has revealed.
HSBC is set to appoint a new boss for its boardroom pay committee as current chair Sam Laidlaw is set to step down from the bank's board as early as next year.
Getting paid to manage money may soon be less restrictive at BlackRock than at JPMorgan Chase under a U.S. proposal that could make it harder for Wall Street banks to compete for talent.
The reboot of a much loved classic will be released this summer.
Two more bankers joined a list of currency traders suing their employers in London following $10 billion in fines dished out by regulators in the wake of the foreign-exchange scandal.