Ministers are considering lowering the drink-driving limit in England and Wales to the tougher level set by Scotland.
David Cameron’s hopes of limiting the number of Conservative MPs who support a British exit from the European Union were dealt a blow on Tuesday after the influential backbencher Dr Sarah Wollaston stated that her clear preference was for a withdrawal from the union.
Goldman Sachs has scaled back on FICC trading operations and boosted hiring in compliance in the wake of the financial crisis.
Barclays has poached Paul Compton from JP Morgan Chase to act as its new group chief operating officer.
Total giving by the top 50 philanthropists in America dropped 30 percent last year, totaling $7 billion, and marking the lowest amount since 2010.
The number of homes sold in the capital fell almost 10 per cent to just 103,772 in 2015, the first drop in four years, figures published today showed.
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Chinese football is flush with money, and Tottenham have already taken advantage.
Angelo Ogbonna scored West Ham United's winner in the 2-1 victory over Liverpool.
Brad Smith was a bright spot for Liverpool on a disappointing evening.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear an appeal filed by three former executives of Swiss global investment bank UBS convicted of conspiring to deceive U.S. cities and towns by rigging bids to invest municipal bond proceeds.
Conceived as an emergency exit strategy and incubated under intense pressure, Steve Cohen's second corporate incarnation has developed into a childhood prodigy.
HSBC is likely to stay based in London rather than move its headquarters to Asia, according to Martin Gilbert, chief executive officer of one of the bank’s biggest shareholders.