New Barclays chairman slammed for claim that scandals could have been avoided by charging for accounts
After the mother of all parties, Conservatives plan growth bill that might annoy Lib Dem partners
Google might be called before Treasury select committee as part of investigation into tax avoidance, says MP
IPO will make United world's most valuable club as shares go on sale at $14 each
City establishment figure, aged 72, takes helm at crisis-hit bank
'Awful' data cannot be blamed solely on Queen's Diamond Jubilee, say analysts
Bank governor criticises US regulator for raising money laundering claims while inquiry is ongoing
Bank chief evokes Olympic spirit but analyst compares UK economy to marathon runner in a diving suit
Church says it does not believe Murdoch's media company will make the necessary changes to its corporate governance
Bankers have nothing but 'contempt and disdain' for the rules, says the man who brought down Barings
A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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