Important people at Goldman Sachs want Jeb Bush to be the next U.S. president. And they’re giving him a lot of money to make it happen.
Almost one in three investors at Icap have voted against the City company’s plans to more than double the salary of its boss Michael Spencer – a former Conservative party treasurer – as part of a revamp of its bonus system.
Jamie Dimon made an unscripted remark in JPMorgan Chase 's conference call with investors on Tuesday.
Bank of America reported quarterly earnings that beat analysts' expectations on Wednesday, helped by lower legal costs.
Barclays faces further boardroom upheaval after it emerged the deputy chairman who played a key role in ousting chief executive Antony Jenkins last week is also to leave the bank.
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With Iran and world powers said to have signed a nuclear deal, Xanyar Kamangar’s big career bet may just be working out.
A former U.S. special-operations soldier turned math wonk is shaking up the world of commodity trading.
JPMorgan’s hedge fund business Highbridge Capital Management is working with a technology firm to develop investing strategies using artificial intelligence.
Tom Hayes was told by a judge to stop making speeches and answer the questions put to him after a series of terse exchanges with a U.K. prosecutor.
Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman sounded a positive note about the Wall Street bank’s business, telling investors to “stay tuned” for better performance as markets recover.
Deutsche Bank CEO John Cryan said his bank has never had more capital and could easily repay its debt many times over, responding to a credit-rating cut by Moody’s Investors Service.
A US appeals court on Monday reinstated a civil lawsuit accusing 16 major banks of conspiring to manipulate the Libor benchmark interest rate. The ruling, which overturns a 2013 decision, could bankrupt the institutions, the judges warned.