You could almost feel the excitement building in the ranks over at UBS Investment Bank, as word spread that rumours were flying that the unit might be spun-off, given its own capital and domiciled outside of Switzerland.
Only young, wet-behind-the-ears candidates need apply.
by Jesse Eisinger, ProPublica
John Pierpont Morgan (April 17, 1837 - March 31, 1913) was an American financier, banker and art collector who dominated corporate finance and industrial consolidation during his time.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has adopted rules to create a whistleblower program that rewards individuals who provide the agency with high-quality tips that lead to successful enforcement actions.
Very sad to report the untimely (and unexpected) death of CNBC 'Squawk on the Street' founder and co-anchor Mark Haines, who passed away at his home Tuesday eveining.
A capacity 6,500 people have signed up in record time for this year’s Standard Chartered Great City Race, after the final places for the 5km corporate running challenge were snapped up a full 8 weeks before this year’s race, which takes place on 14 July.
President Obama addressed the UK Parliament Wednesday.
The Financial Times reports that Deutsche Bank has come under fire and been accused of 'damaging itself' through its failure to have a clear succession plan in place to appoint a CEO to follow Josef Ackermann, who is due to stand down in early 2013.
Spare a thought for the City trader who thought that he'd make a real killing by placing a 'big short' that the world would end last Saturday.