Time for bankers to risk an apology?

By Golnar Motevalli (Reuters) No-one expects a fallen Master of the Universe to say sorry. But academics say an apology — for all the litigation risk it entails — can be the

Happy Danes find trust is key

By Teis Hald Jensen (Reuters) In times like these, no one is immune to depression. But surveys show the Danes are the happiest people in the world, and a core factor is

SCENARIOS-What next for Iceland?

Warming to euro  Iceland is negotiating with Russia for a multi-billion-euro loan and looking at ways to secure foreign currency as it tries to rebuild a financial system that has all but

UK small caps set for challenging Q4

By Rhys Jones and Ben Deighton (Reuters) British small caps are braced for a tough end to the year after a challenging third quarter saw the FTSE small cap index shed 10

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