The valuations of so-called Unicorns—private companies worth $1 billion or more—are quite high, pioneering tech and media investor Alan Patricof said Tuesday.
Royal Bank of Scotland is close to disposing of its Russian banking assets to a local lender, according to two people with knowledge of the matter.
Dodd-Frank was probably the worst piece of legislation in modern history, says bank analyst Dick Bove. Here's why.
Andrew Chen, an investor in the San Francisco Bay Area, used to think that reaching zero in one’s inbox was folklore.
Four former Citigroup Inc. currency traders are suing the bank for unfair dismissal after they were let go amid a global probe into foreign-exchange rate rigging.
Deutsche Bank is reorganizing the fixed-income trading division that produces almost a quarter of the firm’s revenue after the unit’s leader announced his departure in May.
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Cornerstone Real Estate Advisers has hired Joy Winterfield and Albert Yang as new CEO Scott Brown builds the operation after taking over this year.
There was a time when the main thing you had to worry about in casual social situations was the decision between a peck-on-the-cheek, a handshake, or a hug upon greeting.
The UK wage gap is growing, a report by Britain's income watchdog shows.
Two more property funds have suspended trading Tuesday as investors pull their money out of UK commercial property.
The problems facing the Italian banks could cause Italy to become the next country to try to leave the European Union, strategist Brian Jacobsen said Tuesday.
Royal Bank of Scotland CEO Ross McEwan said the bank may have to move a small number of staff overseas and called for an end to the uncertainty gripping the main political parties following Britain's vote to leave the European Union.