VW chairman resigns after power dispute

Grandson of Beetle inventor gives up chairmanship of carmaker

Piech resigns after failing to oust VW chief

Grandson of Beetle inventor gives up chairmanship of car maker

Week in Review

Week in Review, April 25

Credit Suisse faces scrutiny; Goldman discrimination case and Rolls-Royce also in the news

Three-way drugs merger battle hots up

Perrigo rejects formal offer from bigger rival Mylan

Glen Moreno and John Fallon at Pearson headquarters in London, October 2, 2012

Pearson confirms chairman’s departure

Company sticks to guidance for its highest profits since 2012

Deutsche banker in regulator’s sights

Entwistle bank’s on a unionist push; Carney races for charity

Deutsche’s belated fine shows it may not pay to come too quietly

Conclusion is fines may be a worthwhile price to pay to postpone punishment for original offence

Deutsche Bank pays record fine over Libor

Germany’s biggest bank pays $2.5bn in US and UK settlement

The EU makes a mess of bioengineered food

Brussels’ plans for a GMO opt-out damages transatlantic trade talks

Lawsky takes hard line on Deutsche Bank

New York regulator proves he is the scourge of Wall Street

Ericsson: staying grounded

Group should not chase acquisitions to match IP rival Nokia

VW chairman ‘not pushing’ to remove chief

Piëch breaks his silence on leadership crisis at carmaker

Crédit Agricole loses transaction case

Bank ordered to pay $9.8m for failing to question transfer

Deutsche both helped and hurt by delay

Passage of time takes heat out of Libor manipulation scandal

Gunvor appoints dealmaking head

Investments in Europe, North America and South America eyed

Trader talk — a tale of Libor collusion

Transcripts of emails, instant messages and phone calls

Quixotic quest for a greener future

Even an ardent enthusiast will struggle to make technology work

Deutsche investment bank faces deep cuts

Lender to spin off Postbank as management looks set to decide against total exit from retail operations

Ericsson shares fall after Q1 profit drop

Swedish telecoms equipment maker hit in US and Asia

Novartis starts to reap rewards of revamp

Earnings hurt by strong dollar but underlying profits rise

COMPANIES NEWS ON TWITTER

More FT Twitter accounts
SHARE THIS QUOTE