As this year's pride season comes to a close it is hard not to have noticed the sheer volume of corporate activity that has been directed at LGBT communities all over the world by brands looking to ingratiate themselves with LGBT consumers.
Barclays, which is battling allegations of "toxic" fraud in the US, is going to spend millions teaching its staff principles
A branch of Barclays Bank was forced to temporarily close after a man strolled through the premises depositing steaming piles
Barclays is taking allegations "very seriously" that it misled large institutional investors and other clients in the United
Barclays is to cut 7,000 jobs from its investment banking division by 2016 as part of a strategy review. The bank has already
Barclays has posted a 5% fall in profits for the first three months of the year as earnings from its investment bank slumped
Barclays has appointed Joe Gold to take over as head of the bank's American operations as part of a major shake-up. Gold
Barclays is "telling customers to go to hell" rather than becoming the "go to" bank, shareholders warned bank bosses during
Barclays CEO Antony Jenkins has turned down his bonus for the second year running, arguing that it would "not be right" to
Politicians and journalists are falling over themselves to pay tribute to Nelson Mandela. Alas, the curse of having a good memory means recalling when the same politicians and journalists condemned the ANC leader as a terrorist.