It's not just the cops.
Seven of the world's biggest banks agreed to pay $324 million to settle a lawsuit accusing them of rigging an interest rate benchmark used in the $553 trillion derivatives market.
The UK bank has confirmed that it plans to pull its business out of Africa, leaving many to wonder about the future of economic investment on the continent.
Though bike sharing is popular and still sprouting up around the US and beyond, high costs and other headaches have forced 60 services around the world to close.
They claim the closing of bank accounts has nothing to do with "race or religion", but haven't said much else.
The bank cutting off the money supply home might mean crisis time for Somalia.
It's sort of sad that the biggest banking scandal ever, one that makes that whole Madoff deal seem downright amateurish, feels so utterly predictable. We now know that Barclays, along with other major global banks, have been rigging the calculation of...