HSBC has played down the prospect of spinning off its UK business in a separate stock market listing in a move that would undo its takeover of Midland Bank 20 years ago.
Bloomberg's Mark Barton reports on the latest company news making headlines on Bloomberg Television's 'Countdown'.
One of London's most luxurious hotels is selling just about everything.
Britain's economy needs sustained low interest rates to spur growth and repair the stricken banking sector, the Bank of England governor Mark Carney has warned, in a strong rebuttal of critics calling for a rapid rate hike in response to a galloping housing market.
The world’s biggest airline was officially created on Monday with the merger of American Airways and US Airways, capping a round of consolidation that has worried the US government, rivals and consumer groups.
Max Ganik, founder of TopStreetPicks.com, explains how he started analyzing and investing in stocks at such a young age.
Roger 'Bitcoin Jesus' Ver discusses the appeal on Bitcoin with Trish Regan and Adam Johnson on Bloomberg Television's 'Street Smart'.
Ben Bradlee Jr., author of "The Kid: The Immortal Life of Ted Williams," discusses Ted Williams' legacy with Pimm Fox on Bloomberg Television's "Taking Stock."
Bob Diamond, one of the most controversial bankers to emerge from the financial crisis and the man ousted as boss of Barclays after a direct intervention by the Bank of England, is making a dramatic return to the City with the launch of a new Africa banking business.
Just off the M1 near Leeds, there's a British-owned company that turns out 300 sports and racing cars a year. The perfect boys' toys, they will set you back up to £240,000.
The first item I see in Amazon's Swansea warehouse is a package of dog nappies. The second is a massive pink plastic dildo.
The financial rewards handed to the City's highest-paid bankers rose by a third last year – and more than 2,700 of them were paid more than €1m (£830,000) in 2012.
The governor of the Bank of England has issued a blunt warning to potential home-owners that they must be able to pay their mortgages when interest rates go up and not rely on being bailed out of any future difficulties by rising house prices.