Brilliant Bob Diamonds luck finally runs out It was Diamonds hubris that ultimately triggered his untimely demise as Barclays' CEO, tarnishing a uniquely successful 16-year career as the architect of a global investment banking franchise. But his successor inherits a banking diamond that needs an awful lot of polishing.
Abigail Hofman: Bob Diamond was lost in translation Bob Diamonds appearance before the Treasury Select Committee was culture clash TV. But the MPs failed to score on the most important issue: the swash-buckling, high octane, risk-taking culture that Diamond created at Barclays Capital led to, indirectly, the Libor scandal and more.
Barclays' "we weren't the only one" Libor defence Why did Barclays choose to settle first with respect to the Libor manipulation saga, given this week's damage to its franchise, and the departure of Bob Diamond? And just how large was its interest-rate derivatives exposures?
Bob Diamond's legacy in numbers The shock resignation of Bob Diamond as group chief executive of Barclays has brought a swift and abrupt end to an 16-year rollercoaster career at the bank, in which he played a commanding role in orchestrating its remarkable evolution.