Smartphone maker BlackBerry has said it plans to cut 4,500 jobs after losing nearly $1bn (£620m) in the third quarter of this year.
Former IMF chief, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, delivers confident lecture two years after claims he sexually assaulted maid
The drive by American regulators to secure a guilty plea from the Royal Bank of Scotland division accused of fiddling bank lending rates shows that US officials are taking an increasingly aggressive stance.
The French minister responsible for enforcing new taxes on the rich is to be investigated for tax evasion.
A banker accused of Britain's biggest ever fraud today denied he was acting as a rogue trader when he lost £1.4 billion.
Banking group UBS claimed today that the botched stock market listing of social networking giant Facebook cost it 349 million Swiss francs (£227 million).
Economic justice campaigners who have been camped outside St Paul's Cathedral for weeks announced today that they have occupied an abandoned office block owned by investment bank UBS.
UBS reported a surprise loss in investment banking yesterday that overshadowed news that fresh money was finally flowing into the Swiss giant's core private bank.