A financial trading tax (FTT) planned by a group of euro zone nations could leave major banks, its main target, relatively unscathed while less nimble smaller trading houses, pension funds and asset managers bear the brunt.
Facebook has apologised after it blocked the operator of one of America's leading same-sex marriage campaigns from accessing the service when he posted a photograph of a mixed-race gay couple online.
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After you screw up, it's easy to lose perspective like truly understanding how big your mistake was.
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon apologized to shareholders for the $6bn loss caused by the so-called 'whale' trade, calling it a 'terrible mistake', but said the bank has moved on and is still highly profitable.
The search for the best athlete on Wall Street is beginning again, with an official women’s division for the first time.
A jury deliberating whether Goldman Sachs was negligent in helping arrange the $580m sale of speech-recognition pioneer Dragon Systems Inc. will review statements from a former Dragon president who testified for the bank.
The company's latest report and conference call were bullish from many standpoints, and encouraged option traders to step into long positions in the stock. Morgan Stanley finally looks to be done cleaning house, and can now focus on running its business as normal.
Under the spotlight is Dr. Raul Valdes-Perez, author of 'ADVICE IS FOR WINNERS: How to Get Advice for Better Decisions in Life and Work'.
The prosecution in the first trial of a defendant accused of rigging Libor told the jury on Monday that what mattered was the dishonest intent to influence benchmark interest rates for profit, not the outcome of the manipulation.
In the latest move from regulators to prevent banks from being too big to fail, eight institutions have been hit with capital surcharges.
Complying with European Union regulations costs British asset managers $3.13bn a year and the EU should find ways to cut managers' costs when they sell their funds across the bloc, a report said on Monday.