A businessman protesting about his treatment by financial institutions has agreed to suspend his hunger strike ahead of a meeting later this week.
The City watchdog has fined UBS £27.6 million for failing to report tens of millions of transactions properly over nearly a decade.
Healthcare and technology companies powered stocks broadly higher on Wall Street on Wednesday, giving the market its third straight gain.
Chancellor Philip Hammond has insisted that Scotland “gets it share” of UK spending – but complained he gets “precious little thanks” from the SNP for it.
Chancellor Philip Hammond is “penalising” Scots by shortchanging Holyrood ministers of billions of pounds of cash, Finance Secretary Derek Mackay has claimed.
JP Morgan has failed in its latest attempt to halt an 875 million US dollar (£670 million) lawsuit brought by the Nigerian government, as the investment banking titan was also ordered to pay £375,000 in legal costs.
The Bank of England has ordered credit card giant Visa to appoint accountancy giant PwC to help avoid a repeat of an outage that caused chaos last year.
A majority of people working in the finance sector believe the UK will exit the EU without a deal, a study found.
Personal income rose by 3.1% on average in 2017 in Fresno County to $41,470.
San Francisco County is in the top 10 for average personal income in California.
Proposed budget cuts would have a major impact on plans to create jobs and grow the city’s economy and be a “blow for the entire cultural sector”, Aberdeen tourism and culture bosses said today.
Council tax will rise by 3% in Aberdeenshire, posts will go and services cut in a budget dubbed a “catalogue of horrors”.
Scots have been warned they could be left facing an “uphill battle” to access their cash following an “alarming” number of bank and cash machine closures.
Outsourcing giant Interserve has agreed a debt-for-equity swap with its lenders as part of plans to slash its near-£650 million debt mountain and put the firm on a secure financial footing.
Companies supporting the oil and gas sector have seen their turnover decline for the third year in a row, a new report revealed.
A north-east council is more than £500,000 over budget for its sports and culture services.
It’s one of the oldest rules in the book when it comes to personal finance: the concept of “paying oneself first”.
Three of Australia’s largest banks could face prosecution following a year-long investigation into misconduct recommended tougher oversight and better consumer safeguards.
Nicola Sturgeon has spoken of strengthening Scotland’s partnership with the City of London at a business event.
Interest rates will not automatically go up or down if Britain crashes out of the European Union without a deal, the governor of the Bank of England has said.
City council leaders have written to Finance Secretary Derek Mackay calling for Aberdeen to retain £28 million in business rates.
Punters beat financial markets by an hour when it came to correctly predicting Brexit on referendum night, creating a golden opportunity to cash in, a study found.
Scotland's Public Finance Minister today denied the north-east has been short-changed in a budget described as “disastrous” for residents.
Residents and community groups have been urged to have their say on financial planning at a local authority.
Finance bosses have urged the city council to stop spending “wherever possible” in a bid to tackle cost pressures.
Making decisions on our finances and wellbeing is something most take for granted. But what if you lose capacity to make these decisions? Who will make them for you, and what impact could this have on your lifestyle?
“I want you to contribute to a pension. Trust me, just do it. You’ll thank me in 40 years’ time”.
Preparations are under way for the roll-out of a benefit which has previously led to a rise in the number of people applying for crisis loans.
Taking the bank on the road isn’t a new idea; meet Norman Smith, who is continuing a tradition that was started by Royal Bank of Scotland in the 1940s.
The amount, which includes outstanding council tax, business rates and housing benefit overpayments, has been revealed in a new report.