The Conservative Party looked set to win a sizable majority in Britain's general election late on Thursday, giving Boris Johnson the firepower he needs to push his Brexit agenda through Parliament.
Local governments can recoup public loans from cartels even if they’re not directly involved in the market, Europe’s top court ruled in a major elevator antitrust dispute on Thursday, saying that it would be unfair if those institutions weren’t allowed to claim losses.
The high-spending wife of a banker asked an appellate court on Thursday to overturn Britain's first unexplained wealth order, saying the investigation into her finances was based on a “flagrant denial of justice” that led to her husband being convicted for embezzlement in Azerbaijan.
Autonomy founder Mike Lynch repeatedly lied in his retelling of events leading up to Hewlett-Packard’s ill-fated acquisition of his software firm, HP’s lawyer told a London judge as the trial over the technology giant’s $5 billion fraud claim wound down Thursday.
The German government is set to compensate its customers of Thomas Cook after admitting that the travel giant’s insurance cover in the country falls short, three months after it collapsed with £1.7 billion ($2.2 billion) in debt.
European Union lawmakers called on the bloc’s banking authority on Thursday to prevent its departing chief executive from going directly to lead a major lobbying group, saying the two posts will create a conflict of interest.
Rabobank has demanded that a former trader repay a £119,000 ($157,000) exit package that he allegedly violated by suing the Dutch lender for not coming to his defense when U.S. prosecutors charged him with rigging a key benchmark interest rate.
National regulators must step up their supervision of how financial services companies report suspicious transactions, Europe’s markets watchdog said Thursday, after it found that some businesses may not be complying with their disclosure requirements under European Union rules.
Two Fourfront Group directors will be able to retain their positions within the business after a London court partially undid a decree from the country's competition watchdog that banned them from running any company.