From the head of Europe’s biggest short-haul airline to an heir to the Murdoch empire, here are nine well-known business figures expected to hit the headlines next year, for good or ill.
Bitcoin has been likened to Dante’s Inferno by the chairman of the Royal Bank of Scotland.
Bitcoin is drawing comparisons with past economic bubbles, owing to its meteoric rise this year.
Like many people on Wall Street and beyond, Sara Furber devoured Michael Lewis’s Flash Boys, the best-selling book that argued high-speed traders had rigged the world’s biggest stock markets.
The biggest factor influencing businesses today is technology, a bank executive said from the Singapore Summit on Friday.
'In our bank we have people doing work like robots. Tomorrow we will have robots behaving like people'.
Pay, perks and more casual attire.
Hackers have mounted a “brute force” cyber-attack on the Scottish parliament’s computer systems, weeks after a similar attack on email accounts at Westminster.
The Tottenham Hotspur-linked star reportedly wants a move to Arsenal.
Leeds United are said to be looking to sign Chelsea defender Jake Clarke-Salter this summer.
Tottenham Hotspur are said to be battling Manuel Pellegrini's West Ham United side for striker Maxi Gomez.
If Leeds United sign Jack Harrison, could Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers be last club standing in Ryan Kent chase?
Tottenham Hotspur reportedly made an offer involving Kyle Walker-Peters for Aaron Wan-Bissaka.
Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers signed the young defender last week.
Jack Butland reportedly wants to join Aston Villa this summer.
Martin O'Neill has been sacked by Nottingham Forest; now will Joe Lolley be on his way to the Premier League with Aston Villa?
Everton boss Marco Silva is said to be keen on snap up Franck Kessie from AC Milan this summer.
Arsenal star was in action for France's under-21s last night.
Technology is going to fundamentally transform the banking industry over the coming years, a former Barclays CEO told CNBC on Monday.
More than six million workers are worried their jobs could be replaced by machines over the next decade, according to a report urging trade unions and the government to provide more support for those at risk.
The Bank of England has warned that bitcoin faces a regulatory crackdown, warning that “inherently risky” cryptocurrencies are failing to fulfil their most basic function as money.