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Deutsche Goes After Goldman

Bike Race

Dow Jones Newswires reports that a confident Josef Ackermann, Deutsche Bank's CEO, told those attending his bank's annual meeting Thursday that he had 'the feeling' that it wouldn't be too long before Deutsche caught up with Goldman Sachs in the investment banking league tables.

HSBC & The Work Experience Spat

Work Experience

HSBC is in the news today thanks to a letter sent out by an executive appeared to imply that the bank's legal department adopted a nepotistic work experience policy.

SEC Charges Former NASDAQ MD In Fox Guarding Henhouse Case

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The Securities and Exchange Commission has charged a former Managing Director of The NASDAQ Stock Market with insider trading on confidential information that he stole while working in a market intelligence unit that communicates with companies in advance of market-moving public announcements.

Strauss-Kahn Moves to 6,800-Square-Foot Townhouse

Strauss Kahn Moves Still

Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the former head of the International Monetary Fund, moved into a new Manhattan building, where he will be confined under guard while awaiting trial on charges of attempted rape and sexual assault. Bloomberg's Sara Eisen reports.

Jefferies Picks Up Further Accolades

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Jefferies has announced that it has picked up 11 awards in the recently announced Financial Times / StarMine 2011 Equity Research Analyst Awards. These industry analyst awards follow Jefferies’ #1 broker ranking for U.S. stock picking announced by Financial Times / StarMine in March of this year.