What’s the best job in the UK right now?
Bank of America has named Samuel Losada and James Fleming as co-heads of equity capital markets for Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
Goldman Sachs’ profit slumped for the third straight quarter as a $5bn settlement of crisis-era legal claims ate into earnings and trading woes impacted profits during a tumultuous three months.
Asda is considering scrapping the morning perk of free tea and toast for its staff and may also close its canteens in an attempt to cut costs.
It may be Wells Fargo's CEO's favourite business, but the company's wealth management unit's closely watched trust and investment fees declined in the fourth quarter.
Nestlé has failed in its attempt to trademark the shape of KitKat in the UK, opening the door for rivals to launch copycat products.
Rangers youngster McKay has shown great form this season.
Cast your mind back 10 years. It is early 2006 and everything seems to be going well. Unemployment is around 5%, the Bank of England prides itself on keeping inflation at or close to its 2% target, earnings are going up by 4% a year.
More than 3 million people will become unemployed worldwide in the next two years, making existing jobs vulnerable and fuelling potential social unrest as the global economy slows, a report warns.
It’s been coming on for quite some time, but in the last five years particularly, there has been rapid growth in virtual working. For employers however, there is still some reluctance to embrace the concept, despite the fact that virtual workers are often far more cost-effective and can lead to an increase in productivity.
Chelsea fans are not impressed by the departure of Jose Mourinho.
The Italian international has had a terrible 2015.
Switzerland’s financial regulator banned six former UBS employees from working in the industry for as long as five years, making them the first individuals punished in the global currency-rigging scandal.