From this day forward, for better, for worse, for richer, for poorer...
After another close race....
The grass is greener....
Some firms have more than one account, so we've listed here what we think is the official (home) account.
Here's some interesting hiring / people news.
All fun and games.
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, Department of Transportation Commissioner Janette Sadik-Khan and Citi CEO Vikram Pandit announced Monday that Citi will be the title sponsor for New York City’s new bike share program, 'Citi Bike'.
Stuart Gulliver, chief executive of HBSC, gave his backing to the government's austerity measures on Tuesday even as France's new Socialist president pledged to step back from such tough budget regimes.
Well done M&G - it was one of the few institutional investors that didn't tick the box last week to approve Andrew Moss's re-election as a director of Aviva.
Not good news.
U.K. financial-services employment fell for the second consecutive quarter as banks cut costs amid restrictions on capital and tougher regulation, according to a Confederation of British Industry survey.
A former Credit Suisse banker and a Swiss trust firm founder who pleaded guilty were spared prison after helping the U.S. government build a $2.6bn criminal tax case against the bank.
Gordon Dyal, the co-chairman of Goldman Sachs' investment banking division, has decided to retire, according to a company memo seen by Reuters.