Former Goldman Sachs director Rajat Gupta is set to ask a federal appeals court in New York Tuesday to overturn his insider-trading conviction by arguing the U.S. shouldn’t have been allowed to use evidence from wiretapped phone calls that didn’t involve him.
David Karp has become the latest high school dropout turned twentysomething multimillionaire after selling his internet creation, Tumblr, to Yahoo for $1.1bn.
Goldman Sachs ended a seven-year investment in Industrial & Commercial Bank of China by selling a $1.1bn stake in the world’s largest lender by market value, a person familiar with the matter said.
The economic boom in Asia over the past two decades has inspired people to take risks, develop new businesses and tread on unbeaten paths.
Settlement talks between Steve Cohen's hedge fund SAC Capital and the government have broken down, according to sources.
With news that authorities seized assets of the world's largest bitcoin exchange, traders and other people interested in digital currency are looking nervously at the future. CNBC outlines possible next steps.
The hunt is on for the author of a totally inappropriate 'congratuatory' letter which has been sent anonymously to a recently-promoted Director and several of her top firm colleagues at an investment banking unit in New York.
Bill Gates is once again the world’s richest person.
Senior bankers at UBS have raised concerns about using Bloomberg and other external chat groups to share confidential information about clients, in the latest sign of banks clamping down on online security.
Executives should learn from Volkswagen and the peanut CEO about the right - and the wrong - way to apologize, says career coach Marie McIntyre.
The adblocking debate might just have been solved with the launch of the Ethical Adblocker.
Britain’s financial services sector could retain its pre-eminent global position even if voters opt to leave the European Union, according to a leading economics consultancy.