BARCLAYS chief executive Antony Jenkins has vowed there is "no going back to the old way of doing things" as he unveiled a reform plan that will see the bank cut 3700 jobs.
Scandal-hit banking giant Barclays today said it was axing at least 3,700 jobs under a strategic overhaul, but revealed it was paying £1.85 billion in bonuses to staff.
ROLLS-ROYCE, Barclays and Lemsip owner Reckitt Benckiser will be among the highlights of another busy few days for corporate results this week.
BANKERS found guilty of rigging the Libor rate should face criminal sanctions, a Government-ordered report into the scandal will say today.
BARCLAYS has promoted its retail banking head, Antony Jenkins, to chief executive, with a potential £8.8 million pay package in a move analysts think could lead to less emphasis on its controversial investment banking arm.