Why did multiple failures cascade through the system following a single lightning strike? There is never a good time for a blackout, but for Britain’s energy companies the timing of last month’s power
There are some takeover bids that right from the outset look so obviously doomed that you wonder why the protagonists bothered to launch them in the first place. My all time favourite in this regard was
Financial Conduct Authority signals that £30bn bid for the LSE would struggle to win official approval
Britain’s financial watchdog has privately signalled that the shock £30bn approach for the London Stock Exchange from Hong Kong would struggle to win official approval. In hastily convened discussions
U.K. exchange operator says it has ‘fundamental concerns’ about the price and strategic aim of the proposed deal LONDON— London Stock Exchange LSE 3.61% Group PLC took a swipe at Hong Kong Exchanges and
London Stock Exchange Group on Friday rejected a $36.6bn bid from Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing, saying it had “fundamental concerns” about the price and Hong Kong’s long-term future as a financial
Boris Johnson, the man who would shear Britain off from Europe to create a cold-water version of Singapore, desperately wants to show the world that Britain Inc., post-Brexit, could go it alone and thrive.
When Laura Cha landed at Heathrow last Thursday, she was ostensibly in town to see friends and family and to catch up with Mark Tucker, the chairman of HSBC, on whose board she sits. But the US-educated