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Additional Charges Filed Against Ex-Bernie Madoff Employees

Bernie Madoff

Preet Bharara, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York announced Monday that DANIEL BONVENTRE, ANNETTE BONGIORNO, JOANN CRUPI, a/k/a “Jodi,” JEROME O’HARA and GEORGE PEREZ, long-time employees of Bernard L. Madoff Investment Securities LLC (“BLMIS”), were charged in a 33-count Superseding Indictment.

Green Jobs: Who's on a Hiring Spree ?

Green Shoots

This month has been a fortuitous one for green jobs, despite the ups and downs particularly in the wind energy sector, and there are a handful of companies who seem to be on a hiring spree, on the look-out for qualified applicants with backgrounds in everything from agriculture, engineering, construction, design, natural sciences and marketing.

Pay Bankers' Bonuses in Bonds, EU Report Recommends

Europe On The Globe

Top bankers should have part of their bonuses paid in bonds and a lid put on the total amounts that can be distributed to staff, a high level report from the EU suggests on Tuesday in the latest effort by policymakers to prevent a rerun of the 2008 banking crisis.



Deutsche Bank - External

Deutsche chiefs face down a storm

Deutsche Bank’s two chief executives faced down a storm of shareholder criticism on Thursday by conceding that their performance had fallen short and asking the bank’s owners for continued backing as they cut costs and reshape strategy.

RBS branch window

RBS says forex fines could impact on pay

Royal Bank of Scotland said it would take into account the $669m paid in fines to U.S. authorities following misconduct in its foreign exchange business when making future pay decisions for its staff.