Richard Fuld, the former CEO of Lehman Brothers, is not liable to onetime employees who suffered millions of dollars in losses in company stock as the bank descended into bankruptcy, a federal appeals court has ruled.
Pankil Patel, an electronic trading executive at Credit Suisse, has left the firm, a person familiar with the matter said.
A stress specialist has urged bosses to tackle habitual poor time keeping among employees, saying it’s an underreported issue that’s draining UK productivity.
Navinder Singh Sarao, the British trader accused of contributing to 2010's flash crash, will find out on Wednesday whether or not he has won his battle to avoid being extradited to the US.
Free bacon and bicycle repairs: Are these the top benefits employees are looking for? Possibly not, but they are among the quirkier ones on offer, according to a survey by Glassdoor.
Tom Hayes will soon find out whether any of his assets will be confiscated as proceeds of crime after a court hearing on the matter drew to a close last Friday.
One of Wall Street's most respected forecasters says the market's rally is in trouble, and that investors are likely to do better by betting on gold.
“It’s pure magic,” Eatsa promises.
Elmer Funke Kupper has resigned with immediate effect as managing director and chief executive of the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX), to focus on an Australian Federal Police (AFP) investigation into his previous employer.
Wafic Saïd, the billionaire philanthropist and arms deal fixer, is considering legal action against Barclays after the bank forced him to close his personal accounts and those associated with his charities and business ventures.
Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf deflected repeated questions about whether pay clawbacks were coming.
Career strategist Jenny Blake explains the simple method to make changes at work or in business.
The U.S. judge overseeing litigation accusing 16 banks of rigging prices in the $5.3 trillion-a-day foreign exchange market on Tuesday narrowed but refused to dismiss lawsuits against Deutsche Bank, Morgan Stanley, and five other large banks that have yet to settle.