The New York Times 'Deal Book' Column reveals that, according to Duff McDonald's recent book 'Last Man Standing - The Assent of Jamie Dimon', the JPMorgan Chase boss was one of the recipients of the 65 letters sent in the mail last October which claimed to contain anthrax.
A couple of weeks ago the name Brandy Tate entered the American consciousness.
Here's a transcript of former Merrill Lynch CEO John Thain's recent speech a Wharton.
Letters are taking days to arrive, and some don't appear to be getting through at all. Is the Royal Mail on strike again ?
Reuters reports that BNP Paribas CEO Baudouin Prot has said that he believes that the financial crisis, at least for French banks, is over.
The New York Times reports that, according to a person 'with knowledge of the situation', Citi CEO Vikram Pandit has come out OK in the report compiled by consultants at Egon Zehnder at the behest of officials at the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, who raised concerns about the competency of the firm's leadership.
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Andrew Ross Sorkin's new book, 'Too Big To Fail', is the first real account that clearly reveals the sheer panic Wall Street was experiencing after the fall of Lehman Brothers in September last year.
Here’s a quick question for our women readers......
One year after starting to dabble in the equities market, here's a few lessons (some hard learned) we picked up along the way.
An ex-Commerzbank director won her employment tribunal case against the German lender for firing her when it discovered she was suing her previous employer, Deutsche Bank, for sexual discrimination.
Their debut album reached number one in 16 countries, and on their way to chart success the five members of One Direction have provided ample material for gossip columnists.
The firm has the cheek to put the safety of its staff ahead of cab drivers worried about the increased congestion.