Under intense security and privacy, 12 people are gathering in Washington DC to make decisions that could change the lives of everyone in the US – and much of the rest of the world.
David Gill has criticised the way Spurs chairman Daniel Levy conducts transfer business.
The former Newcastle United striker has more faith than most when it comes to the former England manager.
A former foreign exchange trader at Lloyds Banking Group has accused the bank of making him redundant because he was a whistleblower after he raised concerns about the unit, including about a currency trade for supermarket Tesco.
StormHarbour, the leading independent global markets and financial advisory firm, has bolstered its team in Madrid to increase its foothold in the region’s debt capital markets.
David Mundell, the Scottish secretary, has accused Nicola Sturgeon of sweeping aside the votes of 2 million Scots who voted against independence as if they “counted for nothing”.
With the wild swings in the country's stock market showing no signs of abating, Beijing's attempt to put a lid on volatility has been ratcheted up a notch, with a senior official at the securities regulator tasked with propping up the stock market being placed under investigation on Wednesday.
Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman said Wednesday the company is embarking on another round of layoffs in part because the technology market is changing so rapidly.
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The Bank of England has edged closer to its first interest rate rise in nine years after two policymakers told MPs an increase was needed soon to head off pay rise-induced inflation.
Global investment banks may see revenue drop 19% in the third quarter, lowering earnings per shares across the industry, as a surge in volatility caused by turmoil in China recedes, according to analysts at JPMorgan.
Like those 80s nostalgia gigs, this is something of an old pro’s show: Jonathan Demme directing a lite-feminist Diablo Cody script about a gigging rocker (Meryl Streep) recalled to Squaresville, Indianapolis, to console her soon-to-be-divorced daughter.
A former Lloyds Banking Group trader sued the bank for unfair dismissal after he was fired in the wake of the company’s fines for Libor manipulation.