April 25, 2019

Fox drafts in ex-BAE exec ‎for cybersecurity role

A former executive at BAE Systems' cybersecurity division is being drafted in by Liam Fox to aid British companies' efforts to defend foreign governments and central banks against cyberattacks.
April 25, 2019

Barclays to deepen cuts if ‘challenging’ times continue

Barclays has raised the prospect of deeper cost-cutting at the bank should a "challenging income environment" continue.
April 25, 2019

Leak of UK security talks on Huawei ‘may spark inquiry’

A leak inquiry may be launched after secret talks involving government ministers on Chinese telecoms giant Huawei were made public.
April 25, 2019

Royal Bank of Scotland boss Ross McEwan quits

RBS boss Ross McEwan has quit the bank, saying the time is right to leave as it is in a "much stronger financial position".
April 25, 2019

Climate change activists glue themselves to London Stock Exchange

Members of Extinction Rebellion have glued themselves to the London Stock Exchange as part of protests against climate change.
April 25, 2019

David Vann’s grim incarnation of his father strays too close to home

The writer's seventh novel, Halibut on the Moon, often devolves into long, intricate ruminations on the meaningless emptiness of American life.
April 25, 2019

Sainsbury’s/Asda mega merger is formally blocked

The competition watchdog has blocked the planned merger of Sainsbury's and Asda on the grounds it would lead to rising prices.
April 25, 2019

After 10 years away, Ray LaMontagne is still all about the voice

The American singer-songwriter wisely stripped back for his first Sydney show in 10 years.
April 25, 2019

Premier League clubs’ wage bill almost £3bn last season

The wage bill at Premier League football clubs surged 15% to almost £3bn for the first time last season, according to a report.
April 25, 2019

Blistering, hypnotic: Gary Clark Jr has The Forum in a trance

Texan guitarist Gary Clark Jr has become increasingly familiar to local audiences.
April 25, 2019

Director observes a tragic past through a new lens

In his intense family drama 1985, Yen Tan uses black and white 16mm film to depict the reality of being gay during the AIDS epidemic.
April 25, 2019

Kurt Vile: Folk rocker takes happy audience on a laid-back ride

Kurt Vile delivers an engaging, if relaxed, set and saves a special treat for the end.