Bank of England  governor  Mark Carney: has gone from rock-star banker to City’s ‘unreliable boyfriend’. Photograph: Suzanne Plunkett/PA Wire

London Briefing: Bank of England governor flip-flops on timing of higher rates

Tesco shares fell to a 10-year low last week as ratings agency S&P cut its credit rating from BBB+ to BBB.

Retailer’s incoming chief faces the stark possibility of cutting dividends

HSBC chairman Douglas Flint launched a tirade against the reforms being imposed on the banking sector. Photograph: Joe Giddens/PA Wire

London Briefing: banks have much more to do before the time for remorse ends

Lloyds Banking Group has been hit with penalties totalling £226 million  for rate-rigging. Photograph: Anthony Devlin/PA

A threat of jail would be better than an oath to ensure good conduct by bankers

Royal Mail shares yesterday tumbled more than 3 per cent on chief executive Moya Greene’s downbeat assessment of prospects for its crucial parcels business. Photograph: Dave Thompson/PA Wire

London Briefing: disappointing trading update has taken glow off Royal Mail’s shares

Dublin’s Merrion Hotel is to be the setting for the latest shareholder revolt. Photograph: Alan Betson

Merrion Hotel will be arena for Irish-domiciled FTSE 100 company’s AGM

 Marks & Spencer chief executive Marc Bolland addresses the retailer’s AGM at Wembley stadium yesterday. Photograph:  Oliver Dixon/Imagewise/PA Wire

London Briefing: retailer’s board tackled by shareholders at agm in London stadium

Online grocery group Ocado is set to make its first annual profit since being set up by three former Goldman Sachs bankers in 2000.

Grocery price war take shine off earnings

Ross McEwan, chief executive officer RBS,  will take the flak over bankers’ bonuses  at the annual meeting. Photographer: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

It’s time to look at how much bosses get and whether they are worth it

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