Police and election officials in Scotland have issued warnings to polling stations and local commanders after radical nationalists urged voters to photograph their ballot papers and follow ballot boxes to count centres on Thursday night.
Nick Clegg’s chances of striking a quick deal with the Conservatives after the election were dealt a blow when former party leader Lord Steel let it be known his party should reject a further coalition.
Investors protested against pay policies at two FTSE 250 companies on Wednesday as they registered concerns over remuneration at satellite company Inmarsat and broker Tullett Prebon.
Tesla Motors made more than 1,000 cars per production week in the first quarter of 2015 and its stock spiked more than 2% on the news in after-hours trading, but investors wanted to talk about the company’s new Powerpack and Powerwall batteries.
Zynga reported an earnings beat on Wednesday and laid out plans to restructure the social gaming company. About 18 percent of the global workforce will be laid off for planned savings of $100 million.
Former Arsenal forward Nicklas Bendtner has suggested how his career could have looked very different.
Janet Yellen, chair of the US Federal Reserve, has highlighted the risks of ultra-low interest rates for financial stability, warning investors that share valuations are “quite high”.
The chairman of Standard Chartered has said the bank will review its involvement in a controversial Australian coal mine that critics say threatens the Great Barrier Reef and will blow a hole in the global carbon budget.
It's been five years since the "flash crash" wiped out trillions of dollars in a matter of minutes. But despite a slew of new regulatory measures designed to prevent such an incident from occurring again, a former head of the SEC said the chances of another "flash crash" happening again are quite "high."
Trader protests innocence.