Davenport, 49, was jailed for seven years and eight months but was released last year on grounds of ill health
Shares fell as much as 14% in early trading after company warned on 2014 profit outlook
Decision to scrap outsourcing of controversial polygraph tests is latest blow to Government's privatisation plans following scandals involving G4S and Serco
G4S is facing fresh controversy after the Government announced it plans to refer the private security giant to the Serious Fraud Office for a second time.
Phillippa Williamson was allowed to run up bill in deal criticised as ‘quite astounding’ by MPs
The Ministry of Defence is under pressure to rebuff the attempt of one of Britain's biggest companies to take over the £14bn agency that buys the armed forces' missiles and submarines in the wake of the electronic tagging scandal.
UK banks and businesses could face multimillion pound fines for defrauding their customers in a crackdown on white-collar crime to be announced by Labour.
Mark King had been considered a “rising star” of company’s leadership team
Hewlett-Packard took an 8.8 billion US dollar (£5.5 billion) hit today as it accused former staff at a UK software company it bought last year of cooking the books.
Even for a man with more than £300m to burn, stockbroker Nicholas Levene’s life was marked by years of staggering excess.
Labour will scrap the police watchdog following bitter criticism of its performance in a series of cases that have undermined public confidence in the service, Yvette Cooper, the shadow Home Secretary, said today.
Under-fire banking giant Barclays today named its retail and business banking boss Antony Jenkins as chief executive.
A batch of "critical" emails sent from the Bank of England deputy governor Paul Tucker to former Barclays boss Bob Diamond were released today ahead of a highly anticipated hearing on the Libor-fixing scandal.
The bankers at the heart of the Barclays interest rate-rigging scandal could be prosecuted for fraud, an offence that usually carries a prison sentence, it was disclosed yesterday.
Over 50,000 Revenue and Customs workers will go on strike tomorrow in protest at "massive cuts" they claim undermined efforts to clamp down on tax avoidance schemes.
Court to unravel case of the billionaires' Angolan mining deal that's anything but clear-cut