Here are links to last week's top 20 stories.
Shares in Citigroup could increase by about 33% in 12 months as the firm reduces unwanted assets and management cuts costs, according to Brennan Hawken, an analyst at UBS.
Nomura has lost its European figurehead after the abrupt departure of its regional chief executive in yet another management change at the Japanese bank.
Just hours after a New York State Supreme Court Justice invalidated New York City's regulation to ban the city's food services businesses from serving sugary drinks larger than 16 ounces, the American Beverage Association (ABA) and other business groups opposing the ban declared victory.
Standard and Poor’s (S&P) 100 companies have made some progress on corporate diversity since 2010, but these large-capitalization companies are still failing to put substantial numbers of women and minorities into board rooms and executive suites, according to a new analysis from Calvert Investments.
"Blackstone is now the largest owner of individual houses in the United States," CEO Stephen Schwarzman said on CNBC Monday.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has charged two investment advisers at Oppenheimer & Co. with misleading investors about the valuation policies and performance of a private equity fund they manage.
Lamborghini's new super car will set you back a cool $3.9m, making a reasonably sized dent in your next bonus!
In investment banking circles, this is what qualifies as a joke.
Bloomberg's Olivia Sterns explains the proposed 'mansion tax' in the U.K. that would add fees onto purchases of luxury homes.
With global dealmaking this year expected to exceed the record levels of 2007, Lazard Vice Chairman Gary Parr tells CNBC why he's not worried about froth.
Frankfurt prosecutors charged seven current and one former Deutsche Bank employees over a scheme to help the lender and clients evade taxes on carbon-emissions trades, according to two people familiar with the case.
Who did the buying as U.S. stocks staged the biggest turnaround in three years? The companies that issued them.