2015 has been a boom year for mergers and acquisitions (M&A), as companies around the world seek to expand and diversify at a time when the global economy looks reasonably healthy.
Credit Agricole is poised to pay as much as $1bn to U.S. regulators to settle allegations that it violated U.S. sanctions aimed at Iran and Sudan, according to a person briefed on the matter.
A New York regulator has joined a federal probe of banks that serve as primary dealers in the $12.8tril U.S. Treasuries market in an effort to determine whether traders colluded.
Global rules for foreign exchange traders will make it easier for the authorities to root out the bad apples in the market, central bankers have said, as they seek to clean up the industry in the wake of a series of scandals.
The England Under-21 has enjoyed a successful positional change this season.
Former Leeds United defender Ian Harte has told HITC Sport that ex-Manchester United captain Roy Keane was the best player he played with in his career.
The Portugal international is hoping to fire the goals to send his new club up the table.
Andy Carroll is officially off West Ham United's "injured" list after seven long months out and it is just in time to face boyhood club Newcastle United.
McManaman believes Liverpool have a chance of coming away from Old Trafford with a positive result.
BMO Capital Markets, the investment & corporate banking arm of BMO Financial Group, is pleased to announce the hire of Geoff Roberts to lead its U.S. Acquisitions and Divestitures practice, part of BMO's Global Energy group.
Dallas Cowboys cornerback Orlando Scandrick will miss the entire 2015 season after tearing two ligaments in his right knee in practice at training camp on Tuesday.
Paddy Power and Betfair say their merger will bring together two distinct but complementary brands that have both used eye-catching advertising to lure punters.