Manchester City will face Everton in the Premier League this weekend.
When private equity firm Hellman & Friedman proposed a $3.4bn refinancing for Kronos, a workforce management company, you might think much of Wall Street would line up to handle the deal. Except it didn’t.
The hiring spree by the Russian bank comes against the backdrop of a broader retreat from U.S. investment banks in the region amid fierce competition.
Wells Fargo's scandal-plagued John Stumpf is out. Here's a roundup of what Wall Street is saying about the change.
Mizuho Americas has hired Jason Fertig as Managing Director and Head of Healthcare Investment Banking for its North American banking business. Jason joins Mizuho’s growing North American investment banking franchise with a mandate to develop the firm’s equity, M&A and strategic capital raising advisory capabilities for clients in the healthcare sector, primarily in the specialty pharmaceuticals, biotech, life sciences and emerging medical technology verticals.
"I don't believe that [CEO] Jack Dorsey can run one company effectively, let alone two," said Aswath Damodaran, finance professor at NYU.
Make sure you catch all the action as Alan Pardew takes on his former side at Selhurst Park.
Neil Warnock has already made four signings since joining the club earlier in the week and it's the first glimpse of ambition for years from the club.
Leeds United are in the midst of a fine run of form, winning five out of their last six games.
The deliberations are at an early stage.
Uncertainty about the size of the penalty that Deutsche Bank faces from the US authorities for a misselling scandal a decade ago has knocked almost 4% off the share price of Germany’s biggest bank.
Axel Weber, UBS chairman and a former policymaker at the European Central Bank (ECB) , has warned today's incumbents that monetary intervention is causing international spillovers and major disturbances in global markets.