A Deutsche Bank whistleblower has turned down his share of the $16.5m whistleblower award, stating that the Security Exchange Commission (SEC) did not do enough to punish the executives responsible for the bank’s wrongdoing.
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The Facebook co-founder and CEO looks for one quality in prospective employees — and it isn't experience.
Jefferies Group was sued by a former female investment banker who accused it of stripping away her bonus and derailing her career because she became pregnant.
Paul Singer's Elliott Management warns that the bond market is "broken" and that inflation could be uncontrollable.
Cleaning up the world's biggest banks in the event of a crisis is easier than it has been but there is still more to be done, the Financial Stability Board (FSB) has warned.
Traders are urging U.S. regulators to fix a part of the options market that some blame for contributing to the last five years of stagnant trading.
The City of London is working up plans to secure a deal that will allow its different sectors to keep trading with Europe after Britain leaves the EU.
Standing out in the workplace (for the right reasons) is often easier said than done.
Jurors found a former Perella Weinberg Partners banker guilty in a major victory for prosecutors worried a recent appeals court ruling had tied their hands in fighting insider trading.
Markets have been unusually calm in the run-up to the U.S. presidential election, with realized one-month volatility for the S&P 500 index tumbling throughout October.
To find Societe Generale’s most profitable business, don’t look to its trading floors or executive suites in Paris or London, but to gritty parking lots in Lyon, Helsinki and Sao Paulo.
Hal Elrod wasn't always a morning person, but now, he wakes up before the sun every day.