A generation ago a suit a tie was the only office attire you needed to worry about – but that has all changed.
Short-sellers hammer conglomerate's shares as PwC refuses to endorse publication of results.
Elliott Advisors, which holds 4.1% of the mining company, calls on it to restructure to get its house order.
PRA and FCA probes relate to Staley's attempts to unmask whistle-blower at the bank.
Recording of conversation between Barclays bankers appears to implicate central bank in Libor rigging.
The company was declared bankrupt on March 2012.
Six individuals related to the investigation were previously jailed in February.
Ryan Reich and Stylianos Contogoulas were acquitted of charges of conspiracy to defraud in unanimous verdicts.
The thorny issue of clearing in London is back, but row is more about politics than economics.
Lewis Silkin partner Colin Leckey spoke to IBTimes UK about the regulations.
RBS proposes launching a £750m fund for challenger banks and fintech investment in the UK.
Credit card firms must contact customers with long-term debts to set out repayment plans and cut charges.
Draft negotiating guidelines from EU Council are in reply to Theresa May's Article 50 notification.
White paper comes just a day after the UK government invoked Article 50 and triggered Brexit talks.
Pro-EU Liberal Democrats said Theresa May and her ministers are 'resembling a medieval court'.