FINS.com reports that a new study which features in 'Psychosomatics' journal suggests that swearing at work might actually be good for your career - especially if you work in a dog-eat-dog world like the financial markets, as swearing is often equated with aggression, which is usually rewarded by promotion.
Bloomberg reports that Deutsche Bank has cuts its third-quarter earnings estimates for Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley.
Here's the transcript of the Vince Cable Lib Dem conference speech which has been hitting the headlines over in the UK.
Bloomberg reports that, according to official figures released earlier this week, that one-off British banker bonus tax announced last year actually raised some $5.4bn for the UK government.
'There's been a few letters published on HITC over the years on the subject of being laid off.
Here's a little something sent in by one of our readers:
The word on the street Tuesday morning is all about possible job losses over at Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
All this talk of possible job losses as the year progresses to an end led us to take a look at which firms did away with the most jobs during the last major downturn, which was basically from July 2007 until March 2009.
As the economic and financial crisis deepens, a number of financial markets firms are considering yet another round of job cuts. Here's our own lay-off league table (the current total exceeds 133,000).
Did you know that there's a correlation between the length of women's skirts and the strength of the global economy ?
A 10% increase in young bucks.
This guy must forfeit salary and incentive pay.
Long before Leonardo DiCaprio started shooting scenes recreating the drinking, drugging and debauchery of the '90s for the Martin Scorsese film "The Wolf of Wall Street," CNBC profiled the man behind the story, Jordan Belfort.