You won't believe what these tech companies give employees.
Five years after the economic crisis, banks have a huge problem that could start extracting a significant toll on their bottom lines.
Hewlett-Packard's plans to cut up to 16,000 workers is a way of reducing inefficiencies that stem from years-old mergers and acquisitions, making the software giant "more efficient and effective," CEO Meg Whitman told CNBC on Friday.
UBS hired Severin Brizay from JPMorgan to oversee its mergers and acquisitions team in Europe, the Middle East and Africa as the bank overhauls management of the business.
Barclays has been fined £26m and one of its former traders banned from working in the City for mistakes relating to the way that the gold price is fixed in London.
Options traders see $5bn of fines as little more than a bump in the road for shares of BNP Paribas.
Deutsche Bank defended plans to raise $10.92bn in equity on Thursday, as its top executives faced investors at the lender's annual shareholders' meeting less than a week after announcing the surprise plan.
Global DCM activity totals $2.5 trillion, down 6% compared to YTD 2013
Credit Suisse sold $5bn of bonds, the first benchmark offering since its bank unit pleaded guilty to helping Americans cheat on their taxes.
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The scientist Mary Somerville will be the first woman other than a royal to appear on a Royal Bank of Scotland banknote – but only after a steward’s inquiry over an apparent attempt to rig the vote.
A list reveals the highest — and lowest — reported starting compensation for 2015 MBA graduates.
Citigroup lost two traders in its North America interest-rates trading group, including its head of automated market making, Mike Sung, according to people with knowledge of the matter.