Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein's compensation climbed 50 percent in 2013, according to a regulatory filling released Friday.
After a handful of regulatory mishaps including loose oversight of money-laundering controls, JPMorgan Chase is taking no chances.
The HFT controversy should become the biggest insider trading case ever pursued by the government, said investor advocate and former SEC lawyer Mercer Bullard.
The Justice Department is investigating high-speed trading for possible insider trading, Attorney General Eric Holder tells lawmakers.
More than half of women have experienced harassment and bullying at work, according to the biggest study of women in the workplace, and the sectors where it is the worst might surprise you.
JPMorgan has said its operation that produced a $6.2bn trading loss in 2012 will be merged with another business unit.
'There is a tragic end to all living things', says Pimco’s Bill Gross in his latest investment outlook.
Citigroup, the biggest bank to fail Federal Reserve stress tests last week, asked Eugene McQuade to cancel his retirement and lead the company’s submissions over the next year.
A unit of UBS is objecting to a plan that would allow hundreds of investors who lost money in closed-end Puerto Rico bond funds to arbitrate their claims against the firm on the U.S. mainland, according to people familiar with the matter.
Chinese stocks plunged Monday, spurring a trading halt for the rest of the session and leading stock markets in Asia Pacific lower after feeble manufacturing surveys revived concerns over the durability of the country's economic recovery.
The last serious scandal to squeeze into the news in 2015 doesn’t turn out to be Lynton “dog whistle” Crosby’s knighthood or other recipients of Dodgy Dave’s New Year honours list.
Large cash and gold withdrawals were one way Bank Lombard Odier & Co allowed U.S. clients to sever a paper trail on their assets and cheat the Internal Revenue Service, the bank admitted, agreeing to pay $99.8m to avoid prosecution.