Lufthansa shares fell 5.7%  on Friday   after  passenger yield figures came in lower than expected.  Photograph: Getty Images

A strong jobs report out of the US boosted European shares on Friday after a sluggish start to trading, while US tariffs on steel and aluminium hit st(...)

EasyJet chief executive Johan Lundgren, who is to take a salary cut to demonstrate his 'personal commitment' to equal pay. Photograph: EasyJet/PA Wire

Business leaders do some unexpected things from time to time. T-Mobile US boss John Legere once paid $21,800 on eBay for the right to put a temporary (...)

 Professor Philip Lane, Governor of the Central Bank at Leinster House. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Patrick Honohan, picked by the Government in 2009 to sort out the Central Bank and the State’s lenders as it grappled with the financial crisis, settl(...)

Goldman Sachs’ chief executive confirmed the US investment bank would have hubs in both Frankfurt and Paris after Brexit as it prepares to shift jobs (...)

Jes Staley said the bank will relicense all of its branches in Europe so they become part of their Irish business. Photograph: Ruben Sprich/Reuters

Barclays is having to put plans in place for dealing with Britain’s divorce from the European Union without clarity on how political negotiations will(...)

Merck chief executive Ken Frazier on Monday resigned from a White House advisory body in protest over Donald Trump’s failure to denounce white nationalists for provoking clashes over the weekend in which one protester died.

Merck’s chief executive Ken Frazier on Monday resigned from a White House advisory body in protest over Donald Trump’s failure to denounce white natio(...)

Goldman Sachs described the trading environment as “challenging… characterised by low levels of volatility, low client activity and generally difficult market-making conditions”

Goldman Sachs suffered a 40 per cent collapse in revenues from fixed income, currencies and commodities trading in the second quarter of the year, far(...)

Goldman Sachs has ripped up its corporate dress code to allow technology and engineering staff to show up for work in ”totally casual” clothes in a bid to keep up with hip tech companies

Goldman Sachs has ripped up its corporate dress code to allow technology and engineering staff to show up for work in ”totally casual” cloth(...)

Donald Trump: the first six months of his presidency have been nothing if not dramatic. Photograph: John Minchillo/AP

Scandals, infighting, chaotic policymaking, a pugilistic and an isolationist approach to diplomacy that has alarmed America’s traditional allies – th(...)

Goldman Sachs chief executive Lloyd Blankfein signed off after a couple of one-liners. Photograph: Reuters

Three top US bank chiefs have been duped by an email prankster, highlighting the risk of inadvertent leaks of sensitive information through the most b(...)

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