London’s football fans are a varied bunch. From those at the glistening curves of the Emirates to the cheerful charm of Craven Cottage, the capital’s various football tribes all come with their own unique quirks and particularities.
It’s the unicorn of working life. Something that allows you to get a quick bit of shut-eye at your desk so you can be even more productive at your job (and definitely not so you can sleep off the effects of a late one at the pub).
The private banking arm of HSBC has been put under investigation for fraud, including money launcdering, criminal organisation and acting as an illegal financial intermediary, by Belgian investigators.
In a move which will surely prompt a rash of one-star ratings from irate Uber drivers tired of being subjected to death metal, the private hire cab app has announced it's teamed up with Spotify to allow passengers to stream their playlists through
Bank of England governor Mark Carney says massive fines for bad behaviour among bankers hasn't done enough - and that their pay may be overhauled even further in order to "help rebuild trust in financial institutions".
G20 leaders promised market-led reforms to boost growth at the weekend’s summit in Brisbane that saw Russian President Vladimir Putin controversially leaving early and further progress made on a free trade agreement between the US and EU.
Bank of England chief economist Andy Haldane will today invoke doves and tigers as he warns that expectations of very low inflation in Britain could become entrenched.
Haldane likened controlling inflation to taming a tiger.
The film had its world premier on Wednesday. Some 8m people have already tuned in to see it and it has split critics down the middle, being described as “a masterpiece”, “grim”, “epic”, and “disrespectful”.
Insurance giant Legal & General (L&G) has teamed up with private equity firm Patron Capital to invest in social real estate projects as the pair seek to tap into long-term opportunities in the UK housing sector.
Insurers are failing UK Small- and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs), according to a new report by the Boston Consulting Group (BCG).
The report indicated that over one third of UK SMEs were unaware of who their insurer was.