There have been 37,212 deals in 2015 - roughly one for every employee of Goldman Sachs, the Wall Street bank that has been one of the big winners of the current merger boom.
The dean of Stanford University's Graduate School of Business is cautioning MBA students to keep start-up activity in perspective.
Morgan Stanley will pay $8.8m to resolve U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission allegations that a portfolio manager used prearranged trades to favour some clients over others.
A former Deutsche Bank employee in Moscow lost a lawsuit over what she claimed was a wrongful dismissal linked to an investigation into possible money laundering at the bank’s Russian unit.
To make money from the sharp fall in oil prices this year, it helped if you weren't human.
'Dead Man Walking', or 'The Long Walk to Freedom', we call it.
A fired Morgan Stanley financial adviser who downloaded client information to a home server to give his job search a boost was sentenced to three years’ probation for accessing the bank’s computer network without permission.
Not an urban myth, it seems.
Opposition politicians and tax campaigners have expressed outrage after it emerged that some of the biggest and most profitable investment banks in the City of London paid little or no corporation tax last year.
Here's a list of where it's thought likely job cuts are on the way/to fall in the future.
Barclays named Joe McGrath head of its operations in the U.S. and put John Mahon in charge of investment banking in Europe and Asia as part of Chief Executive Officer Jes Staley’s revamp of one of the firm’s two main divisions, according to a person familiar with the appointments.
Economists at Goldman Sachs will be forced to revisit their models after Team GB confounded the investment bank’s forecasts for the Rio Olympics.
The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) is to start charging some of its top corporate clients to hold cash with the bank.