After underperformance on fixed income trading desks and headcount reduction that reminded some on Wall Street of the post-crisis bloodbath, it's possible the worst of the storm has passed.
Tidjane Thiam is set to come under more pressure this week when Credit Suisse reports its first-quarter results.
Since their fateful meeting in 1959, Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger built Berkshire Hathaway into one of the world's most successful companies.
Bill Ackman and David Einhorn are considered two of the top hedge fund managers in the world, but they might as well be on a seesaw.
The fast-growing economies of Africa face headwinds from the pull-back of international banks from the continent, Barclays' erstwhile-chief executive told CNBC, as the bank moves to sell down its business in Africa.
Man Group has become the latest firm to stoke shareholder ire over executive pay, after a significant number of shareholders voted against its remuneration report.
Poor Gavin Andresen.
Committed to providing "increasing and inclusive support" for employees.
The firm is going through its biggest cost-cutting push in years.
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Illinois State Treasurer Michael Frerichs joined CNBC's "Closing Bell" on Monday to discuss the state's decision to suspend billions of dollars of investment activity with Wells Fargo and what it could mean for taxpayers.
Jamie Dimon came to the defense of his fellow bankers on Monday, and went after Hillary Clinton while he was at it.
Who'd invest in a German bank? A roller-coaster two weeks for Deutsche Bank, the country’s largest lender by assets, has only reinforced the volatile position the sector now finds itself in.