Here's something sent in by one of our readers.
The Daily Telegraph has an audio recording of an airline pilot's expletive-laden, homophobic rant about his flight attendant colleagues, which emerged after being inadvertently broadcast over an air traffic control channel in late March.
Now here's something juicy for all those hedge fund insider trading news junkies out there.
UBS is to cut around 500 IT jobs worldwide in order to save 'double-digit millions' of dollars-a-year.
By Bill Rhodes
by Jake Bernstein and Jesse Eisinger, ProPublica
The Securities and Exchange Commission, state regulators, and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) have announced that Morgan Keegan & Company and Morgan Asset Management have agreed to pay $200m to settle fraud charges related to subprime mortgage-backed securities.
It doesn't matter that US investigators probably had to look through millions of e-mails to unearth something that they could construe as possible wrongdoing, but it looks like they trawled the sent boxes of JPMorgan staff in order to get the settlement to a CDO probe they clearly sought.
Every cloud has a silver lining.
Here's Thomson Reuters Q2 'Preliminary Mergers & Acquisitions Review'.
The outgoing chairman of Barclays said on Monday that big fines on banks were making it harder for the industry to win back public trust.
On the 27th anniversary of Black Tuesday on Oct. 19, 1987, UBS floor director Art Cashin recalls how the historic event transpired:
Although deadlier than many infectious diseases, Ebola is still extremely rare when compared with other, much more common communicable diseases.