Goldman Sachs chief executive David  Solomon at a hearing  on Capitol Hill in Washington. He is gambling on bank’s ability to do new things following decline in fixed-income trading. Photograph: Aaron P Bernstein/Reuters

In the aftermath of the financial crisis, as most trading houses licked their wounds and put safety before sales, Goldman Sachs chose a different path(...)

Photograph: Lucy Nicholson/Reuters

Investors could get their first look at hundreds of pages of detailed information about Uber as soon as Thursday, as the ride-hailing giant gears up t(...)

Bookmaker Paddy Power Betfair lost 1.9 per cent to €71.41 after hot-favourite Tiger Roll secured a second victory in Britain’s Grand National.

European shares fell on Monday as investors in suppliers to Boeing baulked at news late on Friday that the US plane maker announced a production cut a(...)

An anti-Brexit protester demonstrates outside the Houses of Parliament in London

The UK has lost £6.6 billion (€5.9 billion) in economic activity every quarter since it voted to leave the European Union, according to S&P Global(...)

The attitude of Xi Jinping, China’s president, to the private sector “remains rather unclear, to put it mildly”. Photographer: Christophe Morin/Bloomberg

Is the Chinese economy recovering from its slowdown at the end of last year? “Yes,” say Gavyn Davies, Goldman Sachs and many others. During my recent (...)

Malaysia’s former prime Minister, Najib Razak, offers a prayer as he arrives at the high court in Kuala Lumpur on Wednesday. Photograph: Lai Seng Sin/Reuters

Ahead of what is being touted as Malaysia’s trial of the century – the start of hearings against former prime minister Najib Razak over the country’s (...)

Lorna Jennings leads Hanover’s Dublin office

London-headquartered public relations agency Hanover, which has a presence in Dublin, has been acquired by Canadian group Avenir Global for an undiscl(...)

Malaysia’s former prime minister Najib Razak leaves the high court in Kuala Lumpur on Wednesday. Photograph: Lai Seng Sin/Reuters

Najib Razak, the former prime minister who sat at the pinnacle of a political machine that dominated Malaysia for more than 60 years, on Wednesday beg(...)

Stephen Moore speaks during a Bloomberg Television interview in Washington, DC, on March 22nd. Trump said he’s nominating Moore, a long-time supporter of the president, for a seat on the Federal Reserve Board. Photographer: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg

Investors should be alarmed by US president Donald Trump’s decision to nominate his chief economist, Stephen Moore, for a powerful post on the Federal(...)

Shares in Easyjet closed 9.7 per cent down. Photograph: Stefano Rellandini/File Photo/Reuters

European shares began the second quarter of the year strongly as good economic data from China, along with signs of progress in its trade talks with t(...)

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