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The jury weighing insider-trading charges against former Goldman Sachs director Rajat Gupta finished its first day of deliberations Thursday in Manhattan federal court without reaching a verdict.
Guggenheim Partners has announced that it has launched a restructuring practice within Guggenheim Securities, its investment banking and capital markets division.
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Allen Stanford, the fallen Texan billionaire and one time king of cricket, has been sentenced to 110 years in jail for defrauding investors of $7bn. He was also ordered to pay back $5.9bn – a symbolic gesture as the fraudster is now penniless.
Sir Mervyn King has announced emergency measures to help banks and boost business lending after a warning from George Osborne that the "debt storm" raging on the continent had left the UK and the rest of Europe facing their most serious economic crisis outside wartime.
Angela Merkel signalled yesterday that she is running out of patience with Europe's efforts to get to grips with its currency crisis, venting her exasperation at what she views as the excessive expectation being placed on Germany to save the euro.
A panicky Spanish government issued dramatic messages of impending doom for the eurozone on Thursday as its borrowing costs reached unsustainable levels and foreign minister José Manuel García-Margallo claimed that the EU may need to act within hours.
Julius Baer has not held talks with larger rival Credit Suisse about merging, the Swiss private bank's chief executive said in comments made in the weekly Schweiz am Sonntag.
According to a new study, when a job applicant wore a luxury label to an interview, respondents considered her a more suitable candidate.
One of America’s biggest banks is going to be protested by an unlikely group on Monday: its employees.