SAC Capital Advisors was sued by a public pension fund that holds shares of Wyeth, now a unit of Pfizer, over alleged insider trading on tips about an Alzheimer’s drug.
Citigroup's first-quarter earnings beat expectations on both profit and revenue thanks to improvements on loans and credit spreads.
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The firm has the cheek to put the safety of its staff ahead of cab drivers worried about the increased congestion.
Hmmm - so it wasn't the U.S housing market after all.
The bank's private equity portfolio saw a huge write down in the first quarter of 2013.
Kareem Serageldin, the ex-global head of Credit Suisse’s structured credit trading business, pleaded guilty to conspiracy, saying that when he discovered subordinates falsifying the value of mortgage-backed bonds in late 2007, he joined the scheme rather than stop it.
Goldman Sachs has awarded CEO Lloyd Blankfein a $5m cash bonus to be paid out in three years if he meets certain targets, on top of $21m in 2012 compensation.
A senior Royal Bank of Scotland executive has appeared in court in Moscow to face charges of defrauding investors of £6m in an elaborate finance scam.
KPMG plans to take legal action against former partner Scott London, who has been accused of passing on inside information about clients to a golfing partner in exchange for cash, a Rolex watch, dinners and tickets to shows.