The estate of one of Bernard Madoff’s oldest friends agreed to pay the con man’s victims $277m to settle claims that the Beverly Hills money manager, who died in 2010, got rich from Madoff’s fraud at the expense of thousands of investors, including his own clients.
European banks will continue to struggle for profitability in the face of multiple headwinds, including higher capital requirements, low interest rates and a weak economy, according to new research published today.
West Ham United are reportedly set to battle Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool for the signature of Naza Bazan Vera.
Toby Alderweireld has missed Tottenham Hotspur's last four matches with injury.
Jutting's narcissistic tendencies of being boastful was a means to cover up.
UBS Chief Executive Officer Sergio Ermotti pledged to continue cost cuts after profit at the wealth-management business fell and the securities unit was hurt by a slump in equities trading.
We look back at West Bromwich Albion’s record on Halloween.
Antony Jenkins, former CEO of Barclays, has unveiled a new venture that will transform the ways banks operate, enabling them to offer customers superior, faster and cheaper services.
Australia & New Zealand Banking Group’s sale of businesses in five Asian markets to DBS Group Holdings offers the latest sign of consolidation in the region’s highly competitive wealth industry, which has already seen a retreat by European players like Barclays and Societe Generale.
Leeds United defender Charlie Taylor impressed against Burton Albion.
Ronald Koeman hinted he would be open to bringing Wayne Rooney back to Everton.
Wayne Rooney heading back to Everton makes a great story but let’s face it, Ronald Koeman was only answering a question. Probably as keen as anyone else to change the subject after five winless games, the Everton manager was not about to turn down the invitation to wax lyrical about a Goodison old boy, though he has enough problems at the front of his own team without importing an extra enigma from Manchester United.
Mid-way through the second half the ground began emptying. For many the pain of watching Sunderland register a record equalling worst start to a Premier League season was simply too painful too witness but they missed out on some exquisite football from Arsenal.