In the southwest corner of Arizona, just east of the California line, sits the Palo Verde nuclear plant, the provider of power to 4 million residents in four separate states.
Banker-bashing may have become something of a national sport in recent years - but what about bank-bashing?
Nomura have outlined details of its business strategy at the company’s Investor Day held in Tokyo.
Wells Fargo shareholders approved all 15 nominees to the bank's board and the pay for the company's top executives in a non-binding vote at its annual general meeting on Tuesday.
While Silicon Valley is supposedly taking aim at Wall Street, there's been an increasing number of partnerships between the two factions.
European private equity group AnaCap Financial Partners has entered exclusive talks to buy Barclays' French retail banking and wealth business.
Barclays pre-tax profits have fallen by almost a quarter year-on-year as the investment bank division struggled to perform - but the bank is confident about the outlook for the rest of the year.
Citigroup shareholders have rebelled against the company's executive pay scheme, with more than a third of voters going against the bank's plan.
A former senior executive at Barclays has called emails between staff at the bank about setting Libor to better suit their trading position "improper".
Nomura unexpectedly posted a loss for the first time in more than four years last quarter, as trading income and brokerage commissions dropped and it lost money abroad.
As many as 1,000 protesters marched in Malaysia's capital on Saturday to protest the scandal surrounding 1MDB, the country's troubled sovereign wealth fund.
The latest round of banking regulation is taking shape but some concerns have been flagged over deadlines, a report out today has warned.
The current uncertainty over when the U.K. will start the process of quitting the European Union has banks on tenterhooks.