Two months after Bernard Arnault's bid for Belgian citizenship shocked France, another major cultural figure has crossed the border in a quest for lower taxes.
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It's very rare that a CEO comes out and tells it like it is. But this guy just did.
Cross-border European financial- services takeovers are unlikely to pick up in the next 18 months as regulatory change makes it harder for banks to allocate capital and tough market conditions persist, UBS has said.
It’s 'Partnership Day' at Goldman Sachs.
Global banks could face downgrades to their credit ratings as a result of the Libor scandal, the ratings agency Moody's warned on Tuesday as it emerged that the US department of justice had been in touch with traders at Royal Bank of Scotland.
The director of the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) has told a committee of MPs he accepts his agency will be judged largely on the performance of its ongoing investigation into allegations of Libor interest rate-fixing.
Mark Cuban started a firestorm on Tuesday when he said he's considering alternatives to Facebook for promoting news about his team the Dallas mavericks.
Just about this time tomorrow, around 70 Goldman professionals will be receiving a call from CEO Lloyd Blankfein or firm President Gary Cohn welcoming them to the 'partnership'.
Luminex Trading & Analytics, the dark-pool operator owned by some of the world’s biggest asset managers, has hired Jonathan Clark as its CEO, according to a company statement.
South Korea’s Fair Trade Commission is probing how alleged foreign-exchange market rigging by six global banks including Barclays and Bank of America may have hurt Korean firms, the Seoul Economic Daily reported.
In the world's most expensive city for expatriates, a fast food meal will set you back over $17, a pair of jeans will leave you out of pocket by $250 and a non-descript apartment costs a whopping $6,800 a month.