New laws could see the Spanish finishing work at 6pm, and scrapping their afternoon snooze. For many, however, the changes will have little impact on working, social and family life
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Profits in Barclays investment banking arm will not be as high as last year, the bank said, as it asked shareholders for permission to sell off its African operations.
The largest pharmaceuticals merger in history, between Pfizer and Allergan, could be abandoned after the US government took fresh steps to clamp down on tax avoidance deals.
The Scottish Premiership leaders extended their lead at the top of the table to five points.
The Owls head coach blamed 'bad translation' for rumours linking him with a move to the Premier League.
Two former executives at State Street were indicted in what the U.S. Justice Department said was a “brazen fraud” involving secret commissions applied to billions of dollars in securities trades.
Five former Barclays bankers accused of conspiring to rig Libor interest rates were “driven by money” and their offence “is no different from stealing,” a court has been told.
French Finance Minister Michel Sapin summoned Societe Generale’s top management for an unscheduled meeting Tuesday following media reports about the bank’s past dealings with a law firm.
Nomura, has announced it has appointed Jan Newman and Ben Lowther, previously of Newman Lowther & Associates, to lead its newly-established branch office and team in South Africa.
Borussia Mönchengladbach’s unbelievable self-destruction away to Schalke on Friday night aside (“an epic battle that looked like the gods were having fun up on Mount Olympus,” Süddeutsche Zeitung wrote after the Royal Blues’ grotesquely fortunate 2-1 win), Bundesliga matchday 27 was rather low on unexpected results and sensational matches.