BAD bankers should face jail for a new offence of "reckless misconduct" and rewards for failure must end, according to a report published today.
Various leading economies have recovered reasonably well from the great crisis of 2008.
WATCHING Stephen Hester on Channel 4 News the other night, it was a struggle to coax a tear.
BACK in the distant days of early 2009, when the world economy had exploded and Stephen Hester was trying to explain how he would put RBS back together, he gave an unusually candid assessment of his prospects during a newspaper interview.
IT is the conversation no-one wants to have yet so many have been unable to avoid.