President Barack Obama’s estrangement from Wall Street is costing him money in fewer campaign donations even as it is fueling his argument for re- election.
Vault.com polled 3,500 Wall Street professionals using a weighted formula that reflects the issues banking professionals care most about, combining quality of life rankings (such as culture, contentment at work, work/life balance, and compensation) with overall prestige. And here's the top 15 firms.
Next week will be an interesting one for UBS, which will be back in the news as the trial begins London of Kweku Adoboli, who lost $2.3bn in alleged unauthorized trading bets.
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The debate over whether the U.S.’s largest banks are too big is heating up.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has charged a California man with illegally tipping a hedge fund manager with inside information about Nvidia Corporation’s quarterly earnings that he learned from his friend who worked at the company.
By Guest Contributor Faraz Mujtaba
Daily Intel has a great piece from a Barclays intern, 'Paul' (obviously not his real name), who was at the firm when the news hit that CEO Bob Diamond had fallen on his sword.
More staff on the way out ?
George Osborne may have been booed by the crowd at the Paralympics on Monday night, but Britain's economic performance has received a rare accolade from the Switzerland-based World Economic Forum, which says the UK is now the eighth most competitive country in the world.
Richard Herman, global head of fixed income and currencies at Deutsche Bank, told employees he’s leaving after 20 years at the company to pursue interests outside of finance.
Comcast Corp. awarded its new chief financial officer Michael Cavanagh, a former top JPMorgan banker, a pay package worth $29.7m to join the largest U.S. cable company.
Count Bill Gross among the world’s biggest philanthropists.