Jack Ma, the founder and executive chairman of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba, topped Forbes' China Rich List for the first time.
Women may not achieve equal footing in the workplace until 2095, according to the World Economic Forum's (WEF) new 'Global Gender Gap' report.
Lloyds Banking Group is axing 9,000 jobs and closing 200 branches to save £1bn by 2017 as it “digitises” its business.
The Bank of England has warned of “deep-rooted problems” in the City that are undermining public trust in the financial system, as it launched a sweeping review intended to wipe out market manipulation.
The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) has announced that it has censured and fined Merrill Lynch Professional Clearing (Merrill Lynch PRO) $3.5m for violating Regulation SHO, an SEC rule that established a regulatory framework to govern short sales and prevent abusive naked short selling.
Companies are trying to get better at spotting rogue or unstable employees who could put money, data or co-workers at risk.
Sad to report.
'We are never as brilliant as we think we are when all is going swimmingly well, and we are never as dumb as we feel when everything goes wrong'.
UBS is considering whether to move out of its office complex in Stamford, Connecticut, according to a person with knowledge of the plans.
Cantor Fitzgerald CEO Howard Lutnick gave Haverford College $25m last week, its largest single donation.
The looming EU referendum is slowing M&A activity - and a Brexit could make the country "less attractive", experts have warned.
Goldman Sachs plans to eliminate more than 5% of traders and salespeople in its fixed-income business, cutting deeper into those operations than an annual company wide cull that has already begun, according to a person briefed on the matter.
Citigroup is in talks to hire Armando Diaz as global head of cash equities trading, according to a person with knowledge of the matter, who asked not to be identified discussing personnel.