Citigroup is pondering selling itself to a rival bank as senior executives look for ways of securing its future following a dramatic dive in value this week.
Chief Executive Vikram Pandit has called a conference call meeting for this afternoon to try and thrash out a solution to the bank's worsening financial position.
West India Quay's distinctive Columbus Tower project may yet become part of the Wharf skyline.
Planning permission for the 63-storey skyscraper next to the Museum of London Docklands is due to run out in 2010. But its developer is considering applying for an extension which will give it more time to develop the scheme.
When a millionaire is giving away money you know it's a good day to be at Canary Wharf.
Dragons' Den star Peter Jones was handing out ten pound notes to lucky youths who were pitching to him by Reuters Plaza.
Millwall made a loss of £6.1million last season, exactly £1million more than the previous year.
Compensation payments to former manager Willie Donachie, sacked last November, and his backroom staff accounted for a large proportion of the figure.
If you’re low on motivation but the credit crunch is leaving you strapped for cash, investigate online help to get you in shape this autumn.
Warm up your computer, flex your fingers and mount your virtual surfboard as we take a look at fitness on the information superhighway.
If there's one thing worse than being on the edge of a financial black hole, it's watching a Michael Moore documentary about it.
Since his interesting breakthrough with auto industry doc Roger and Me, Moore has steadily morphed into the sort of blowhard that even irritates people that agree with him.
In this week's Screen round-up, Black Hawk Down director Ridley Scott heads east again for spy drama Body of Lies, American Pie's Jason Biggs brings us My Best Friend's Girl, and Sam Rockwell saves the life of the latest Chuck Palahniuk adaptation, Choke.
– UK's Finest @ Indigo2
– Ultimate Boogie Night @ Indigo2
– The Stylistics @ Indigo2
– Waterson:Carthy @ East Wintergarden
CHARLTON legend Paul Mortimer has urged Addicks fans to give Alan Pardew and his players a break.
The team have come under pressure in recent games due to a poor run of form which has left them hovering around the Championship relegation zone.
The latest big attraction heading to The O2 promises to be music to the ears of fans of Britain's greatest performers.
The British Music Experience, which opens on March 9 next year, will be the only visitor attraction of its type in the country and its ribbon will be cut by a "major British music artist".