The US government says Apple colluded with publishers over pricing, but they might have done readers a favour
Spanish and Italian bonds, US unemployment and Greek elections are making investors nervous
Social network giant saw a potential future competitor in fast-growing photo-sharing app
Offer to buy troubled cosmetics company Avon Products dismissed as 'opportunistic'
Wall Street bank investigates whether its staff has been calling clients 'muppets'
New York fraudster says it is 'hard to imagine all the ills and corruption that exist on Wall Street'
Rumours abound as CEO Tim Cook announces that Apple has 'more than we need to run the company'
‘If you make enough money and are not an axe murderer you will be promoted,’ says ‘Jerry Maguire’ of Goldman
Sportswear giant names St Patrick's day trainers after notorious British paramilitary unit
Announcement expected in early March, but Chinese company moves to ban iPad sales
Google's $120m refurbishment looks set to make it a hardware rival to Apple
After a tough year, investment banks are calling employees’ bluff and slashing bonuses and pay
With Facebook about to float, what can similar companies' experiences teach us?
As Mark Zuckerberg prepares to take his company public there are fears it could be a damp squib
John Browett poached by Tim Cook for his focus on customer service - but Apple faithful are sceptical
'Inside Apple' reveals Cupertino to be like a terrorist organisation where loose talk is terminal
Antonió Horta-Osório will return to Lloyds after a two-month medical leave of absence
Markets rise on decisive action by Federal Reserve and others, but 'euphoria' might not last
Protesters had suggested 'scaling back' the camp for the winter hours before eviction began
John Theriault, thought to have headed up 'Apple Gestapo', leaves under a cloud