Oil and gas behemoth taking Trump administration to court over "capricious" Russian sanctions fine.
Diezani Alison-Madueke, Nigeria's oil minister from 2010-15, is being pursued for alleged corruption allegations.
Dublin figures show it received just under 100,000 applications from Britain and Northern Ireland.
In a letter to Karen Bradley, James and Lachlan Murdoch claim delay would sour the climate for foreign direct investment.
House of Lords' EU Select Committee issues warning to prime minister.
Asset manager wants to make sure market access is not disrupted following UK's exit from the European economic bloc.
Nick Tyrone, the director-general of the group, speaks to IBTimes UK about EU regulations.
Credit and debit card surcharges amount to £473m a year says Treasury.
Daniel Döderlein, CEO of Auka, warns that big tech companies are honing their payment strategies.
The Advertising Standards Authority said it will take "a tougher line" on gender stereotypes
The French banking group says it 'deeply regrets' misconduct.
Watchdog aims to establish whether online platforms can 'distort' competition in the sector.
The Financial Conduct Authority puts forward proposal that would allow firms owned by foreign states to list on London's stock market.
Govia Thameslink Railway says settlement is 'fair outcome,' but unions criticise decision.
Long-Bailey objected to the firm's employment practices, with drivers being treated as contractors.