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The U.S. firm is the latest lender to announce plans for continuing to serve European clients after Britain leaves the European Union. [Read More]
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American banking giant Citigroup is seeking to reduce its dependence on London by opening a second trading hub in Frankfurt, the NYT reports. [Read More]
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Anthony Allen and Anthony Conti, former traders at the Dutch bank Rabobank in London, were convicted of conspiracy and fraud charges in 2015. [Read More]
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The spice maker will acquire French's mustard and Frank's Red Hot sauce after it agreed to buy Reckitt Benckiser's food business. [Read More]
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The "tenner" will feature a likeness of the novelist in an announcement marking the anniversary of her death in 1817. [Read More]
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Charles Scharf will join the bank as chief executive immediately and assume the chairman's role in January after Gerald Hassell's retirement. [Read More]
Royal Bank of Scotland said Wednesday that it had agreed to pay $5.5 billion to U.S. authorities to resolve claims related to its underwriting and... [Read More]
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The retailer said it would instead focus on executing its business plan as a stand-alone company. [Read More]
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The transaction would give the combined company greater scale and enhance its competitive position, QVC said. [Read More]
The British payment processor said it had agreed in principle to be acquired by an American rival that is looking to expand its international presence. [Read More]
Rite Aid will instead sell 2,186 stores and three distribution centers to Walgreens for $5.175 billion. [Read More]
The sale of a 25 percent stake in Ireland's largest commercial and retail lender came nearly seven years after it was nationalized by the Irish... [Read More]
The criminal charges against the British bank and four former executives take aim at how it avoided a government bailout during the financial crisis. [Read More]
The three former traders will appear in court in Manhattan next month — one of three cases the Justice Department has brought against individuals. [Read More]
Jeffrey Immelt, who steered GE through the financial crisis and took it back to its industrial roots, will step down Aug. 1 amid pressure from... [Read More]
Move could suggest further changes as the corporate giant tries to bolster stagnant stock. [Read More]
The Irish government, which nationalized the bank in 2010, announced a price range for the offering this month, which will represent a milestone for the... [Read More]
General Electric said Monday that its longtime chairman and chief executive, Jeffrey R. Immelt, would retire, ending a 16-year run in which he refocused the... [Read More]
General Electric Co. said Monday that its chairman and chief executive, Jeffrey R. Immelt would retire at the end of the year in a leadership... [Read More]
Santander said it would buy its smaller Spanish rival and raise $7.9 billion to bolster Banco Popular's balance sheet. [Read More]
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