Her plan lacks credibility and risks 'damaging' exit
Theresa May’s threat of a trade war with the EU is not “credible” and would be “very dangerous” for British jobs, the world’s
It was Percy Bysshe Shelley who penned the line "Ye are many -- they are few." On February 15, 2003, armed with this notion
Royal Bank of Scotland has avoided a multi-million pound fine from the European Commission after it blew the whistle on a
A man has died after falling from the European headquarters of JP Morgan bank in London's Canary Wharf, Scotland Yard said
2013 has been a busy year for business, especially those getting to grips with social media. Many social media missteps go
The Middle East is a key region of interest because although increasing numbers of women are receiving a good standard of education, the region still lags behind on the core issue of economic equality. On a global scale, the latest figures from the World Economic Forum's Global Gender Gap Report show that although the gender gap in education is 93% closed, the gap in economic equality has closed by only 60%.
The banks have admitted guilt and they are paying us back for all the dodgy deals they got into! Well, not really. Banks are, in effect, 'fessing up to having behaved fraudulently or criminally. However what 'settling' means is actually 'paying regulators to shut up and stop asking difficult questions'.
JP Morgan is facing a record $13billion (£8 billion) payout to settle an investigation into its mortgage-backed securities
Are you a CEO of a big bank? I bet you are having nightmares and a regular change of underwear just now. The days are now gone where as a Chief Executive or board member you can fall on your sword, and hopefully walk away with a reasonable pile of cash to fund a quiet retirement.