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You're hired: Who will Trump choose to chair the Fed?
President Trump will soon choose who runs the most powerful central bank - the US Federal Reserve.
Netflix to raise another $1.6bn to finance new films and shows
The streaming service expects to spend up to $8bn next year on new content.
Former HSBC banker found guilty of fraud in the US
US prosecutors said British citizen Mark Johnson defrauded Cairn Energy in a $3.5bn currency deal.
Harvey Weinstein: Company faces harassment inquiry
The investigation in New York follows sexual assault allegations made against Harvey Weinstein.
RBS may face further action by financial regulator
The Financial Conduct Authority is investigating the bank's treatment of some small business customers.
UK to help CES tech start-ups after expo chief's criticism
The government will fund small firms to attend the tech expo after claims it did little last time.
Amazon receives 200-plus headquarters proposals
Cities across North America are competing to be home to Amazon's next hub.
I'll drink to that: Craft brewers pour their own pints
As the number of UK breweries returns to 1930s levels, micro-brewers are serving their own beers.
PPI complaints rise 24% in six months, says FCA
The rise occurred even before the FCA announced a deadline for all PPI complaints.
Bank of America's Merrill Lynch fined £35m by UK watchdog
Bank of America's Merrill Lynch is sanctioned for failing to report 69 million financial trades.
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UK financial watchdog fines Merrill Lynch for failing to report transactions
Britain's financial watchdog has fined Merrill Lynch International £34.5m for failing to report 68.5m exchange traded derivative transactions, in what the watchdog said was the first fine of its kind.
Manager defrauded Bombardier of ?774,000 to buy Harley-Davidsons and US holidays
A train manufacturing boss in the UK has been jailed for six years after using almost £700,000 (?785,000) of company money to fund his lavish lifestyle of luxury holidays and expensive motorbikes.
Research shows more Irish companies offering perks to keep employees
Office dogs, lunchtime yoga and free beers have become more common in the Irish workplace as bosses look to boost morale and compete for staff.
Henkel Ireland announces 40 'highly skilled' jobs at its new 3D printing oper...
A chemical and consumer goods firm is expanding in Dublin.
Dr Martens walking on water in Asia as profits rise
Dr Martens has notched up rising full year sales and profits after the iconic footwear brand was boosted by its popularity in Asia.
20 minutes more daily commuting 'equals 19% pay cut in measuring job satisfac...
An additional 20 minutes commuting per day is equivalent to a 19% pay cut when it comes to measuring job satisfaction, a study in England has found.
Irish banks 'charging customers highest interest rates in Europe'
Irish customers are charged the highest interest rates by banks in the eurozone, according to new data.
UK's Brexit Secretary to travel to Paris to jump-start EU withdrawal discussions
David Davis will travel to Paris on Monday for Brexit talks days after French President Emmanuel Macron suggested Britain would need to up its divorce payment offer to unlock trade negotiations.
Donohoe: Banks must do more on tracker scandal; up to gardaí whether to get i...
The Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe has said the banks need to do more to tackle the tracker mortgage scandal.
Pound rises against euro after EU greenlights further Brexit talk preparations
The pound surged against the euro today amid jitters over Catalonia's independence and news that EU member states will start preparing for the second phase of Brexit talks.