The Federal Trade Commission is cracking down on debt collectors that “bullied, intimidated or scared” consumers into paying debts they didn’t owe or had already paid off, Illinois’ state attorney general said on Wednesday.
In a hypercompetitive corporate world where workers are too afraid to take parental leave or even abandon their desks for lunch, there is one more thing to worry about: Now we don’t want any of our co-workers to see us sweat — literally.
Rob Shafir will remain at Credit Suisse as chairman of the Americas even as he steps down from the bank’s executive board.
Mergers and acquisitions have hit $4 trillion this year, on track for a record annual deal value - and Goldman Sachs is the big winner so far.
BlackRock has agreed to purchase an $87bn money-market fund business from Bank of America as it builds scale in an industry grappling with new regulations.
A jury on Tuesday convicted high-frequency trader Michael Coscia of commodities fraud and 'spoofing', in the U.S. government's first criminal prosecution of the banned trading practice.
Goldman Sachs added the offering and auction of securities, as well as 'when-issued trading', to a list of activities that regulators and other government bodies are investigating.
Exchange-traded funds took the heat for the latest market "flash crash," but BlackRock CEO Larry Fink said Tuesday they shouldn't be blamed.
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Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein is continuing a busy schedule while battling cancer, his top deputy said Tuesday.
Rogue trader Kweku Adoboli has hit back at suggestions he acted out of greed, correcting his critics by saying his actions were motivated by wanting to benefit his employer.
The crowdfunding campaign to raise money for Tom Hayes' legal fees has broken the £30,000 barrier.
Hedge funds needed a trade with nice returns, and they may have found it: emerging markets.