A Swedish court has dismissed years-old allegations that Nasdaq abused a dominant market position to prevent rival exchange operator Burgundy from renting space in a data centre.
A London court has heard testimony from a fired Barclays FX trader about his use of the bank's FX algorithmic trading system in his bid to win his job back, reports Bloomberg.
The EU's second Payment Services Directive (PSD2) took effect on Saturday 13 January, bringing with it the start of Open Banking, however the prospect of a sudden revolution is likely to be thwarted by unresolved technical and regulatory issues and a lukewarm reception from consumers.
Warren Buffett, arguably the world's most successful and respected investor, has issued a scathing assessment of cryptocurrencies and predicted a "bad ending" for the current bitcoin boom.
A US judge has dismissed a lawsuit brought by the New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) seeking to block plans by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) to grant fintech charters.
Visa is looking to play nice with UK retailers after scoring a High Court victory in a long-running battle over interchange fees.
The Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA), which represents 5700 institutions, has filed a lawsuit against Equifax for its recent breach of 145.5 million consumer records and 209,000 payment cards.