Ex-Tottenham Hotspur player Danny Murphy has explained his thoughts every time he has watched Roberto Soldado play.
The U.S. federal probe that ended last month with guilty pleas and $6bn in fines from global banks began with an open secret - that currency traders there could talk to each other to coordinate trades.
The private equity industry usually lives up to its name by keeping business intensely private. Lynn Tilton is not the average PE executive.
A California water utility filed a class action lawsuit on Tuesday to recoup losses in the electric market that it blames on Barclays, which the U.S. government fined $453m in 2013 for manipulating electricity prices.
HSBC has named JPMorgan’s Pablo Sanchez as head of retail banking and wealth management in the U.S. and Canada.
A Manhattan federal judge on Tuesday questioned why a former UBS trader's bid to dismiss a criminal case accusing him of scheming to manipulate the Libor rate should even be considered when the U.S. government calls him a fugitive.
Barclays has hired Richard 'Rick' Sherlund as chairman of software banking after he spent more than 20 years as an equity analyst.
The City of London’s costliest rogue trader has been freed from prison almost halfway through a seven-year sentence for Britain’s biggest fraud.
Emolument.com has analysed salaries and bonuses from 1,211 Front office Analysts Year 1-3 (junior bankers) working in Europe and the USA.
Uwe Rosler has been talking up Sol Bamba's importance to Leeds United.
Five is set eight months after Halo 4 and, with what is described as “mysterious events threatening the galaxy”, the game will bring an expansion to the fundamental Halo canon.
For some shameful reason, being a sniper in video games is brilliant fun. Hitman: Sniper knows this, delivering an entire game in which your only interaction with people is shooting them from a very long distance.
The Aston Villa striker struggled for Belgium against the Welsh national side. Good news for the Villa faithful?