Here's the latest from Cityboy
Credit Suisse's board has thrown its support behind CEO Brady Dougan a week after the Swiss National Bank said the company needs to accelerate efforts to raise capital.
It's not been a good week for Royal Bank of Scotland. Aside from the bank's CEO having to make a grovelling apology about that IT glitch that meant that customers weren't able to access their money, there's been a couple of other matters too.
Accountant Ernst & Young will not be penalised for its role in auditing the European banking arm of Lehman Brothers, after Britain's accountancy regulator ended its 18-month investigation on Friday.
When Neil Wilson* applied to a retail banking chain for a job not long after graduation, he beefed up his CV by 'creating' relevant work experience he had not actually done.
Greek fans did not expect their side to overcome Germany in Friday's European Championship quarter-final, a match so heavy in political and economic significance it was billed in Athens as the "mother of all games" and in Berlin as the "ultimate euro stress test".
The leaders of the eurozone's biggest economies announced on Friday night that 1% of the European Union's GDP was to be set aside to help the continent grow its way out of the financial crisis. But doubts were immediately expressed as to what share of the package – said to be worth €130bn (£105m) – would be genuinely new money.
1920’s Hollywood - a time when movies were silent and cinema was magic. Mack Sennett, 'King of Comedy' and creator of 'The Keystone Cops', discovers Mabel Normand, a waitress from Brooklyn, casts her in his two-reelers and turns her into a star.
Here we go again.
Change of underpants were in order, methinks.
Ken Prewitt, a long-respected journalist and the former co-host of Bloomberg Radio's flagship "Surveillance," died Saturday, the news service said.
A Goldman Sachs Managing Director told a jury he began investigating possible theft of the company’s computer code after being alerted to data transfers of 'reasonably substantial size'.
Eleven restaurants are scheduled to start opening this week at Broadgate Circle, in the City of London, as part of a plan to create a new food-and-drink hub in the financial district.