EU watchdogs expands probe into the industry body on possible collusion with banks on credit derivatives market data
The global battle between Apple and Samsung will soon extend beyond smartphones, tablets and patents to smartwatches.
Citigroup agrees to pay investors of bonds and stock who say they were misled by the bank's company disclosure
New home prices in 62 of 70 Chinese cities increase as government seeks to cool the sector.
World's key biofuels and renewables leaders debate challenges industry faces.
Citigroup's global head of environmental finance Michael Eckhart tells IBTimes UK of shift in biofuels financing in 2013
Rumours of an Apple-made iWatch simply won't go away, with latest reports suggesting a release sometime this year.
Dutch bank expected to reach deal with UK and US regulators over Libor rigging claims.
Pier Luigi Bersani's centre-left coalition secures lower house but fails to win overall control as Beppe Grillo's Five Stars produce stunning performance.
Chancellor George Osborne's threat to break-up UK banks adds pressure to shares as FTSE tumbles from near five year high
Price analyst at centre of price fix allegations accuses former employers of victimisation.
Job cuts announced by major banks dampen demands for premium cabins in Cathay Pacific.
Eurozone returns to focus as IMF approves Greek's latest bailout tranche and Spain prepares for bond auctions on high expectations.
Markets outside Japan pickup despite a weak start as traders await further US corporate earnings reports and yen weakened against the dollar.
Morgan Stanley plans to cut some of the highly paid jobs in the level of managing directors and executive directors.
CEO Michael Corbat reveals new banking chiefs under Citi's first structural shake-up since Vikram Pandit quit.
Agreement will dent the bank's fourth quarter earnings by $2.5bn
Hiring is expected to pick up in 2013 as eurozone crisis fears have reduced.
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Although UBS settled for a record $1.5bn fine and admitted to fraud, Switzerland's biggest bank faces a huge task in reforming its tattered reputation.
Swiss investment bank faces fine that is more than double amount Barclays paid for manipulating Libor, say reports.
Payment to settle claims that bank violated US curbs on Iran.
Citigroup reveals it is slashing 11,000 positions, in a bid to reduce expenses and 'improve efficiency'
Swiss bank close to becoming second major bank to reach deal with UK and US regulators after Barclays.
China's industrial company profits surge, increasing hopes of economic recovery.
Australian central bank cautious because of higher prices and signs of world economy reviving.
Nikkei trades 0.35 percent lower while KOSPI is up 0.19 percent. Shanghai and Hong Kong Indices shed 0.36 and 0.26 percent.
Barclays's new CEO Antony Jenkins faces a key decision on the bank's future - one that its latest earnings figures just made much more difficult.
The joint New York and Connecticut probe into alleged Libor manipulation extends its investigation by adding nine banks to subpoena list.
Exports to China, Japan's biggest market, fall 14.1 percent as bitter dispute over Senkaku islands rumbles on.