Talks over an €86bn bail-out for Greece have been thrown into turmoil after just four days as the International Monetary Fund said it would have no involvement in the country until it receives explicit assurances over debt sustainability.
It looks like Americans might be willing to spend a bit more of the money rattling around in their pockets. The Commerce Department on Thursday reported that gross domestic product grew at 2.3% annual rate in the second quarter, which was less than ...
It's the phrase that every shopper hates/dreads (delete as applicable) - "Unexpected item in bagging area!" Now Tesco is ditching it from its self-service tills and introducing more customer-friendly ones like: "Thank you for shopping at Tesco.
LONDON Royal Dutch Shell is to axe 6,500 jobs this year and step up spending cuts as it seeks to reassure investors it can withstand an extended period of lower oil prices, even through its planned $70 billion acquisition of BG Group.
Royal Bank of Scotland's finances are "like groundhog day," outgoing chairman Sir Philip Hampton said, as the bank reported a surprise profit of �293m in the second quarter of the year.