Police have now identified the New Canaan, Connecticut, couple killed in an apparent murder-suicide that took place in their apartment Friday shortly before 3 p.m.
Citigroup will pay $525,000 to resolve U.S. regulatory claims that the Wall Street bank’s traders exceeded limits on speculation in wheat futures.
A U.S. Senate panel probing the multibillion-dollar trading loss by JPMorgan Chase plans to unveil its findings at a hearing this year to press regulators to tighten the Volcker rule, according to three people briefed on the matter.
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Barclays has embarked on a root-and-branch overhaul of its whistle-blowing arrangements in the wake of the Libor-rigging scandal that plunged the bank into crisis.
Preaching austerity is easy, but the European Central Bank (ECB) has found that it can be difficult to put the virtue in the practice.
A panel of European Union lawmakers will ask regulators from three continents today why authorities failed to crack down on a culture of rigging interest rates.
Apple's new maps offering has drawn huge amounts of ire from users used to having Google Maps on their device. But it's far from the company's first brush with a PR embarrassment.
The chief executive of Twitter, Dick Costolo, has said the company will continue to fight legal challenges brought against its users by officials who want access to their archived tweets.
Former SEC Inspector General David Kotz sthinks the SEC should do something to protect against future hoaxes, like Thursday's fake filing on Avon.
Apollo Global Management has lured a debt analyst from Claren Road Asset Management as the private-equity firm adds to its credit-investing arm, according to three people with knowledge of the move.
JPMorgan said it’s close to completing discussions with the U.S. Justice Department and the Federal Reserve over investigations into foreign-exchange trading.