Europe M&A activity totals $615.4 billion, up 11% compared to YTD 2014 levels
Turney Duff takes a look at the top 10 lies told on Wall Street.
Here's 10 tips for young Wall Street professionals.
The first time I heard about a Wall Street guy buying a brand new Porsche, but being unable to drive it off the lot because he didn't drive.
Turney Duff takes a look at ex-Wall Street friends and where they are now.
With investment banks laying off people and down-sizing, a lot of us trading room veterans sit quivering at our desks, especially in the quiet summer months, wondering what our next move is going to be post life in the markets.
Former City trader Tom Hayes has been sentenced to 14 years in jail after becoming the first person to be convicted by a jury of rigging the Libor interest rate. He is, however, one of many bankers / traders who ended up in prison.
How many Ferraris is too many Ferraris? The world may find out next week.
Joshua Rozenberg’s justification of Judge Cooke’s 14-year sentence on my son, Tom, for conspiracy to defraud (14 years in jail for Libor rigging? The judge makes a persuasive case, 4 August) may satisfy those who think there is no penalty too harsh for a banker.
Hong Kong's first major IPO to brave the market since the depths of the China market rout, CRSC, opened nearly flat on debut Friday.
Behind the easy-going manner, Bank of England governor Mark Carney is angry. The object of his anger is Sir John Vickers, the mild-mannered former deputy governor who keeps telling the world that Carney has gone soft on the bankers.
The chief executive of JP Morgan has warned that the biggest US bank could cut as many as 4,000 UK jobs if Britain votes to leave the EU.
Police raided Santander's Madrid headquarters today, as part of a money laundering probe triggered by a historic leak of information from HSBC's Swiss private bank.