The 'fist bump' - the greeting used by U.S. presidents, sports stars and rappers - has been given a clean bill of health, according to university scientists who released new research Monday showing that it could be more hygienic than the formal and business-like handshake.
His current net worth is $33.3bn.
What’s white, male, straight, and occasionally hangs out with Asian guys? Silicon Valley.
Goldman Sachs is spearheading an effort among Wall Street's leading banks to develop a chat tool called 'Babble' that could replace the instant messaging service on Bloomberg's ubiquitous terminals.
A former Bank of America derivatives trader who pleaded guilty to conspiring to falsify documents was spared prison on Friday after spending years helping the government probe bid-rigging in the $3.7tril municipal bond market.
A former middle manager at Citigroup's Banamex unit in Mexico denied he was involved in abetting a corporate loan fraud involving oil pipeline maintenance company Oceanografia.
HSBC, Deutsche Bank and the Bank of Nova Scotia have been accused of attempting to rig the price of silver in the latest price fixing scandal to rock the banking industry.
Lloyds Banking Group has agreed to pay fines totalling $370m to U.S. and British authorities investigating its part in a global interest rate rigging scandal and manipulating fees for a government lending scheme.
The sentencing of five former aides to Bernard Madoff was delayed until mid-September after a federal judge in New York said 'voluminous' paperwork required a postponement of hearings originally scheduled for for later this week.
Barclays Wealth has suffered more senior departures, further indicating that the UK bank is struggling to retain key employees following a strategic overhaul of the business.
Nomura and United Overseas Bank are among the banks considering bids for Barclays’ Singapore and Hong Kong private-wealth business, according to people familiar with the matter.
Guy Hands' private equity firm, Terra Firma, has announced its chief executive is planning to step down.
Bank of New York Mellon must face a lawsuit seeking to hold it liable for causing $1.12bn of investor losses by failing to properly monitor five trusts backed by toxic residential mortgages, a Manhattan federal judge ruled.