Deutsche Bank sold about 60m shares to the Qatari royal family as it announced plans to raise 8bn euros ($11bn) in its second-biggest capital increase.
Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein said he understands the concern over the potential impact to the financial markets of any global bank pleading guilty to a crime.
GlencoreXstrata, the world's largest commodities trader, enriched a friend of the Democratic Republic of the Congo's president by tens of millions of dollars while also giving him loans in excess of $500m (£298m), a report has claimed.
The perception that high-achieving businesswomen are more vulnerable than their male counterparts to being abruptly fired – pushed off the "glass cliff" in the contemporary corporate vernacular – has been borne out by a new study from a global management consultancy.
The combined fortune of Britain's richest 1,000 people has hit a new high of £519bn – equivalent to a third of the nation's economic output, and double the figure of five years ago.
Former SAC Capital portfolio manager SAC Capital Michael Steinberg was sentenced to 3-1/2 years in prison after his 2013 conviction on insider trading charges.
'Being boastful indiscreet and vulgar is not OK'.
General Motors was fined $35m and agreed to take part in “unprecedented oversight requirements” on Friday over its massive recall of cars with faulty ignition switches that have been linked to 13 deaths.
Credit Suisse is close to reaching an agreement to plead guilty and pay about $2.5bn to the U.S. Justice Department and regulators to resolve investigations into whether it helped Americans evade taxes, three people familiar with the matter said.
A federal U.S. judge on Thursday denied a request for a new trial made by three former UBS bankers who were convicted of rigging bids to invest municipal bond proceeds.
Businesses are missing out on hiring some of the best candidates by not hiring with flexible working in mind.
A London judge released former Deutsche Bank employee Christian Bittar on $1.46m bail after the ex-trader and five others were formally charged in court with manipulating a key interest-rate benchmark.
Jurors in the case of six former brokers accused of helping Tom Hayes rig Libor were told to disregard any sympathy they may have for the defendants as prosecutors wrapped up their arguments in the three-month-old trial.