Think of the name Ogden and you might think of the American poet Ogden Nash, Coronation Street's busybody Hilda Ogden and her layabout husband, Stan, or even the famous Ogden's Nut Brown Flake tobacco brand, later parodied by 60s rockers The Small Faces.
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Nomura will pay $26.5m (£21m) to settle charges in the US that it failed to properly supervise five former traders who lied to customers about mortgage bond prices.
One of Britain's biggest short-term consumer lenders is to ring-fence an £18m compensation pot for creditors as it prepares to wind itself up following a surge in customer complaints.
Theresa May will pledge to offer new financial support for Britain's embattled automotive sector in one of her final efforts to cement an economic legacy before she leaves Downing Street.
Shares in Mike Ashley's Sports Direct have dived more than 10% after the retailer said it had delayed the publication of its annual results.
World War Two codebreaker Alan Turing has been revealed as the face of the new £50 banknote.
China's economic growth slowed to its weakest level for 27 years in the second quarter of the year - damaged by the country's trade war with the US.
Vueling Airlines is the least punctual major airline flying from the UK, according to an investigation.
The man in charge of leading the government's global trade negotiations has told Sky News that the UK "had very little influence on the international trade system" before voting to leave the European Union.
Britain's second-biggest drug-maker is turning to a former chief financial officer of AstraZeneca, its London-listed rival, to steer it through an £81bn break-up.
Bidders for British Steel have been told to submit their final offers for the company by midnight on Monday as advisers to the government draw up detailed contingency plans for the potential closure of its vast Scunthorpe steelworks.
The US Federal Trade Commission has voted to approve a fine of about $5bn for Facebook over privacy violations, according to a report.
A series of planned strikes at Heathrow Airport in a dispute over pay is threatening to cause summer travel chaos.
Ford and Volkswagen are to extend their alliance with a multi-billion pound tie-up on driverless and electric vehicles.
Huawei is confident the UK will allow its equipment to form part of the country's 5G infrastructure, its global head of government affairs said on Friday morning.
One of the major British players in the fast-expanding meal-kit delivery market has been served up £30m of new funding as it intensifies its rivalry with the likes of HelloFresh.
Harry and Meghan's wedding and the birth of Prince Louis helped secure record sales of official royal-themed merchandise.
Shares in Thomas Cook plummeted by more than 40% after it confirmed talks with its largest shareholder over a deal which would effectively see the firm taken over.
Many thousands of jobs will be lost across the UK if Theresa May's successor triggers a no-deal Brexit, the business secretary has warned.
Social media giant Twitter is back up after an outage left users unable to log on for nearly two hours.