Web stats highlight growing demand for payday loans
Loss due to a "bad strategy, badly executed and poorly monitored".
Nigel Wilson appointed new group chief executive.
But 57 per cent still expect improvement in the UK economy over the next 12 months, according to a n
Spain has taken a 45 per cent stake in the bank.
Much of the jobs cull happened in the last six months, says Cebr
PayPass aims to compete with PayPal and PayWave.
But commercial banking, retail banking and wealth management divisions perform strongly in the first
The company's CEO has resigned following last week's 59 per cent rejection of his pay package.
Shareholders at Aviva, UBS, Inmarsat and Trinity Mirror have protested executive pay.
But the bailed-out bank confirms it is on the verge of paying off its government loans.
Net income climbs to $3.21bn.
The bank has confirmed it will pay back loans.
The oil giant is still paying for the Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
Evening Standard reports take-over rumours.
The ‘depression stigma’ is costing British business billions.
2,217 employees will be made redundant.
Trouble may be brewing ahead of the AGM tomorrow, but the bank's Q1 results were better than expecte
Activity surges due to involvement of claims management companies.
Regulator denied right to penalise inadequate supervision
Good on Barclays and Citigroup, but we need to focus on the pay of all employees, not just those at
A new insurance company plans to offer lower premiums to good drivers by monitoring their journeys.
The company earnings are down.
Citicorp and Citi Holdings revenues decline.
The annual dividend increased to $1.20 per share.
British insurer could raise £1bn by exiting US market.
Association of British Insurers warns against voting for Barclays' proposed remuneration report
Governments are looking to cut down on paper cash