Royal Bank of Scotland has been cleared of deliberately engineering the collapse of business customers but has decided to sell off a £3.2bn property portfolio at the centre of the row.
New boss Godfrey Davis said the company had got it wrong by following its luxury goods rivals in continually putting up prices
On a sliding scale of difficulty, writing a general-interest book about high-frequency trading is slightly harder than making baseball statistics interesting, but easier than animating the role played by quantitive analysis in the 2007 financial collapse.
From wide-fit shoes and maternity ranges to plus-size accessories, there's something for everyone in UK shops. The question is, why do they bother where others don't?
Google reported slower than expected growth in revenues on Wednesday as the company looked to push past rivals such as Apple and Netflix in the competitive advertising and mobile technology markets.
GlaxoSmithKline, the UK's largest drug firm, is investigating claims that its staff in Jordan and Lebanon have bribed doctors.
Tax campaigners have questioned whether Starbucks will make a significant additional contribution to Treasury coffers after the coffee chain announced that it is moving its European head office from the Netherlands to the UK.
Twitter has acquired social data firm Gnip, one of the few companies to be allowed access to the microblogging service's "firehose", for an undisclosed amount.
The chief executive of Europe's largest newspaper publisher has accused Google of abusing a monopoly position in the digital economy to discriminate against competitors and build up a "superstate".
Gone are the days when the governor of the Bank of England was a one-club golfer, equipped only with interest rate. Mark Carney has a full set of custom-made gear to prevent the UK from veering off the fairway and into the deep rough.
A garage in south London has become the most expensive ever sold in Britain, going for £550,000 at auction.
Computing multinational Hewlett-Packard (HP) is to pay US regulators $108m to settle a corruption scandal involving employees at subsidiaries in three countries, who were charged with bribing government officials to win and retain lucrative public contracts.
Supermarket price wars pander to our love of a bargain, but as growers struggle, we could regret our penny-pinching ways