LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's top equity index rallied on Tuesday, lifted by technology group ARM which rose after posting higher profits.
Credit Suisse Group AG said it will abandon commodities trading as a $2.6 billion fine to settle a U.S. tax investigation pushed the Swiss bank to its biggest quarterly loss since 2008.
Cath Kidston, the British designer famed for her eponymous chintzy prints and accessories, has sold down some of her personal stake in the brand to finance expansion in Asia, targeting 100 stores in China.
ARM, the British microchip designer responsible for the architecture of the processor in almost every smartphone, benefitted from a boost in licensing revenues in the second quarter as manufacturers bought into its latest technology.
An artist's impression of the Wood Wharf development at Canary Wharf, east London. Photograph: Canary Wharf Group. More than 3,000 homes are to be built at the eastern edge of Canary Wharf after Tower Hamlets council gave the green light for the ...