China's economic growth slows to 6.9%; Deutsche Bank restructures business; Amazon sues 1000 'fake reviewers'
The bank is already looking at cutting around 8,000 staff and will shed the full 15,000-strong workforce at Deutsche Postbank when it sells
US Volkswagen chief admits he knew of emissions problem in 2014; Deutsche Bank warns of large loss; The Bank of England interest rate decision is coming at 12 pm UK time
The Government has been accused of protecting corporate profits at the expense of the world’s poorest people by trying to block European Union reforms to curb food speculation.
RBS is said to be among nine banks being investigated for selling subprime mortgages
The European Commission has fined five international banks, including Royal Bank of Scotland, and a broker a record 1.7 billion euros (£1.4 billion) for rigging crucial interest rate benchmarks.
One of the banks that floated Twitter on the New York Stock Exchange has stunned Wall Street by warning of an “unattractive valuation” and rated the stock to “underperform” rating on the shares.
Young German worked until 6am for three consecutive days before collapse at home in east London
George Osborne has been accused of resorting to “smoke and mirrors” to give himself a fighting chance of hitting his self-imposed debt reduction targets.
Shares in the chip-maker ARM Holdings have been much in demand in recent weeks after rumours of a potential takeover resurfaced. That chat, along with a good contract win with Samsung, almost sent the Cambridge-based company's shares to an eight-year high in September.
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While doing your weekly shop you have probably noticed the price of bread going up – this is due, in part, to wheat soaring on the international exchanges as Russia, a major exporter, is wracked by its worst drought in a century.
Just over a year ago, Tommy Gordon's working day would have meant rising at four or five in the morning, making the forty minute commute to Dresdner Kleinwort Benson investment bank in the city and carrying out equity sales all day. He went straight from university to Dresdner and worked there for over seven years, but, he says, "My heart was never really in it, and I think that, unless it is, you’re never going to be a success."