Barclays Plc plans to link the bonuses given to staff in its Barclays Capital unit to the bank’s capital ratio, Sky News reported, without saying where it obtained the information.
Opponents of a U.S. ban on deepwater drilling asked a federal appeals court to block a bid by regulators to throw out a judge’s ruling that scrapped the moratorium.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was denied bail by Judge Howard Riddle at a hearing in London today.
The trial of Asil Nadir, the executive who returned to the U.K. last week to face fraud charges two decades after fleeing the country, is scheduled for October 2011, a London judge said today.
U.K. finances are in a “calamitous position,” and middle-income earners are going to feel increasingly pressured as the year progresses, Justice Secretary Ken Clarke told the Daily Telegraph .
Iran’s opposition Green movement is planning a rally Feb. 14 in solidarity with the protesters in Egypt, the Financial Times reported, without saying where it obtained the information.
An attorney on trial in London for insider trading declined to take the witness stand to defend himself.
BAE Systems Plc , Europe’s biggest defense company, said it failed to keep proper accounting records of payments in a case that tests U.K. fraud prosecutors’ ability to negotiate plea deals.
A U.K. judge stopped the insider- trading trial of a former partner at law firm Dorsery & Whitney LLP following the death of the defendant’s brother.
"I believe production is still at the same levels as before, so it has not been affected too much."
- James Lumley on Oct 29, 2014