Have you heard the story about the tip from the shoeshine boy, a Brit called James Pallot asks me on my last day at TechCrunch Disrupt.
It's shaping up to be the crummiest year for U.S. stocks since the implosion of Lehman Brothers.
A man was able to successfully buy google.com, the domain name for the world’s most popular website, for $12 (£7.90), minutes before the company contacted him to say the transaction had been cancelled.
Any EMEA involvement announced deals for the first nine months of 2015. Data compiled by Thomson Reuters.
Glencore shares rose sharply in London after a report said the embattled commodities trader and miner would listen to offers for the company.
Inevitably, one day, there will be a Hollywood film about the rigging of Libor. “In a city where cash is king,” you can almost imagine the trailer voiceover beginning, “one man’s greed dwarfs all others.”
Any UK involvement announced deals for the first nine months of 2015. Data compiled by Thomson Reuters.
Marie and Shaun Langley are just an ordinary Sheffield couple – she’s a childminder, he’s an IT worker.
Global Investment Banking Fees Total US$64.5 billion; Slowest Quarter for IB Fees since 2011; America Fees Down 1%; Europe Falls 25%
Any Asia-Pacific ex-Japan involvement announced deals for the first nine months of 2015. League table compiled by Thomson Reuters.
Tech firms are always looking for young talent to fill entry-level positions, but it could be more competitive to get gig in Silicon Valley today, according to a report.
Morgan Stanley topped analysts' estimates for the second quarter, reporting earnings per share of 75 cents and revenue of $8.9 billion.
Kweku Adoboli and Tom Hayes have more in common than working at UBS and jail. The men, who are both 36, have each turned to crowdfunding to raise money for their court appeals.