The cutting of an additional 2000 jobs from its underperforming global market division will mostly be within London and New York offices. Tidjane Thiam the chief executive of Credit Suisse, one of the biggest banks in Switzerland, is willing to be seen as a villain in his aim to restructure the embattled...

HSBC is believed to have dealt with countries placed under sanctions and criminals attempting to launder money. A U.S. based judge agreed to withhold making...

Enel proposes to install fibre optic broadband into homes along with its power network, spreading across 224 municipalities. Enel, the Italian power service...

The company’s 450 stores, which offer sports goods at low prices all around Britain, has been experiencing huge fluctuations in its performance over...

Bookmakers across the UK called the Cheltenham Racing Festival “the most expensive week here that we can remember.” William Hill, the U.K. bookmaker,...

Nike CEO Mark Parker presenting Nike’s newest footwear product, the HyperAdapt 1.0 Nike, one of the world’s biggest footwear makers, has reported...

The merged bank will result in the third-biggest bank in the country and will have its offices in Milan and Verona. Banco Popolare and Banca Popolare di...

The European Central Bank hopes to further fuel the economy. Euro zone business activity has seen a much more positive end to the latest quarter according...

Castries joined AXA in 1989 and devoted the last five years to promoting the group’s business empire in growing markets. AXA Chief Executive, Henri de...

Prime Minister, Alexis Tsipras plans to complete the review of the reforms quickly to embark upon talks about debt relief and mend broken confidence in...