Britain's biggest banks benefited from a "too big to fail" subsidy from the taxpayer of £38bn last year, according to a leading economic thinktank which argued that they are not giving enough back to the public.
Forty years after the first woman entered the Lloyd's of London dealing floor as a broker, the 325-year-old insurance market has named its first female boss.
The shape of things to come ?
Midnight in Moscow ?
Pay expectations of senior City workers below board level have leapt in 2013, amid predictions of a 44% bonus increase for senior staff.
Who would be the assistant to a bunch of highly-strung, highly-stressed, highly-intelligent, sometimes-arrogant investment bankers ?
Many have tried.
Wells Fargo Chairman and CEO John Stumpf says there's a 'lonely' element to running one of the world's largest banks.
Former UBS banker Raoul Weil is looking forward to confronting U.S. charges for allegedly helping rich Americans avoid tax, according to his lawyer.
Cantor Fitzgerald settled a lawsuit accusing American Airlines of failing to stop the hijacking of a plane that crashed into the World Trade Center on September 11th 2001, killing 658 of the firm’s employees.
The dean of Stanford University's Graduate School of Business is cautioning MBA students to keep start-up activity in perspective.
Morgan Stanley will pay $8.8m to resolve U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission allegations that a portfolio manager used prearranged trades to favour some clients over others.
A former Deutsche Bank employee in Moscow lost a lawsuit over what she claimed was a wrongful dismissal linked to an investigation into possible money laundering at the bank’s Russian unit.