Articles by Martin Baccardax
Prime minister does not rule out share giveaway in state-owned lender as bank prepares full-year results.
World's biggest hotel room provider launches 226 new hotels and two new brands as sales approach $2bn
Outgoing world number one defends her Doha title even as top WTA ranking slips from her grasp.
Williams becomes world number one for the sixth time but seeks to add title number 48 to her sterling career
World's biggest platinum producer says shareholder loss hit $1.5bn after earlier writedown of Minas Rio project in Brazi.
Serena Williams poised to regain world number one spot with quarter-final win but Petra Kvitova awaits.
Bank of England Governor Mervyn King's admission that rates won't be used to fight faster inflation has the pound falling on foreign exchange markets
Disappointing data from Germany, France and Japan also put investors on edge as pace of global recovery questioned.
Windy Day Three at WTA Premier Event sees few upsets but many early retirements
Transatlantic agreement could be worth trillions in annual trade as Europe and US fend off emerging markets challenge.
World Group II Play-off Draw pits Laura Robson, Heather Watson-led Team GB against Argentina on 20-21 April
Mona Barthel upsets Angelique Kerber to hit a WTA season leading 14 wins for the rising German star.
Job losses come just days before two planned strikes by Spanish unions to protest plans by CEO Willie Walsh to cut jobs at the loss-making Spanish unit of British Airways merger
Antony Jenkins tells Bloomberg Television that a 'fundamentally different environment' for banks demands big changes in costs and capital - but payoff may not come until 2015
Britain's second biggest lender plans 3,700 job cuts as CEO Antony Jenkins prepares major transformation of bank culture
Former world number one cruises to easy win as Doha sets up for a tantalizing spate of matches at the WTA Premier event.
Reputation of 'God's rottweiler' defined Pope Benedict's past but tenure at Vatican may set a path for Church future.
Team GB's tennis players remain unbeaten in Group after decisive win over Bulgaria in Eilat
Doubles defeat of Portugal keeps Team GB unbeaten in Europe/Africa Pool ahead of Saturday clash with Hungary
Europe's second-biggest carmaker losing €7m a day and burning €200m in cash each month.