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A worker carrying a box out of Lehman Brothers offices in London in September  2008

The photographs of Lehman Brothers employees leaving the bank’s New York headquarters carrying cardboard boxes stuffed with personal items were among (...)

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan has reportedly given a firm commitment to underwrite the legal separation of Permanent TSB into three units by a date in 2016. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The strategy of splitting Permanent TSB into a good bank/bad bank is getting Government support, according to the Sunday Times. The paper reports that(...)

The  view from the 17th green  at Liberty National in Jersey City, New Jersey.

I recall arriving at golf venues by some unusual means in the past but this week’s preferred mode of transport for the Barclays sponsored first FedEx (...)

Investors monitor stock market prices: benchmark indices fell in 17 of the 18 western European markets yesterday.  Photograph: Bazuki Muhammad/Reuters

The Iseq dropped about 0.8 per cent yesterday, in line with dips across most European exchanges, as gloom enveloped markets for the second day running(...)

New governor Mark Carney pledged last week to keep rates low until unemployment hits 7 per cent. Photograph: Simon Dawson/PA Wire

Robust jobs data and unexpected dissent from a Bank of England policymaker created fresh doubts yesterday about how long the central bank will keep it(...)

Barclays chief financial officer Chris Lucas will resign on August 16th, citing health reasons. Photograph: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

British bank Barclays said chief financial officer Chris Lucas will resign for health reasons at the end of this week, six months earlier than planned(...)

Campbell said it would sell certain brands of soups, sauces and simple meals, including Liebig and Royco in France, Erasco in Germany, Bl Band in Sweden and Devos Lemmens and Royco in Belgium. Photograph: Reuters/Joshua Lott/Files

Campbell Soup Co said it was in final negotiations with private equity firm CVC Capital Partners for the sale of some of its businesses in Europe. The(...)

 Fans cheer for their team during the  match between Tottenham and South China at Hong Kong Stadium recently

Football managers had their hearts in their mouths watching their multi-million-euro charges slip and slide dangerously in appalling conditions in rai(...)

Barclays is trying to plug a larger-than-expected capital shortfall. REUTERS/Toby Melville

Taking on the regulators is always a risky business, even for a squeaky clean company of good repute. For Barclays, where the misdeeds and scandals ju(...)

A man walks past JP Morgan Chase’s international headquarters  in New York. Photograph: Andrew Burton/Reuters

JPMorgan Chase is to pay $410 million (€309 million) to settle allegations from the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (Ferc) that it manipulated(...)

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