The occupation of the occupation has begun.
Here's 11 examples of political correctness gone mad.
Here's a note of the latest top 11 IT consulting firms from Vault.com's recently released league table.
George Soros, the hedge fund billionaire, has failed in his latest attempt to overturn an insider dealing conviction handed out in France 23 years ago.
UBS's internal probe into that $2.3bn unauthorized trading loss has, according to Acting Group CEO Sergio Ermotti, revealed that the bank's 'risk and operational systems did detect unauthorized or unexplained activity but this was not sufficiently investigated nor was appropriate action taken to ensure existing controls were enforced'.
Mike Stewart is the new head of Global Equities over at UBS Investment Bank, following the resignations of Francois Gouws and Yassine Bouhara, the previous co-heads, who both left the firm as they have assumed overall responsibility for the effective management of the business and therefore that $2.3bn unauthorized trading loss.
This should come as no real surprise.
The US Federal Reserve has been looking at the work 25 large financial services firms have been doing to implement 'less risky' compensation practices, which align the interests of individuals with the long-term interest of companies and the financial system as a whole.
Here's the Thomson Reuters Americas M&A league table for announced deals between January 1st - September 30th 2011
Several Barclays executives were aware that the bank was falsely representing how algorithms in its dark pool worked and how client orders were routed, according to an amended complaint prepared by New York’s attorney general.
A hedge fund manager told clients he is "truly sorry" for losing virtually all their money.
Mary Callahan Erdoes, head of JPMorgan’s asset-management unit, said calls to break up the largest global banks ignore the benefits of size and show a lapse in memory about what worked to stem the financial crisis.