Michael Bloomberg, whose business empire brought transparency to the market, has nothing against high-frequency trading and black pools, telling CNBC's " Squawk Box " "the system isn't rigged."
The core unit of Mizuho Financial Group is talking to several Asian banks about investing in their operations, a top executive said, but the lender is unlikely to make the sort of flashy deals like those done recently by its rivals.
Activist investor David Winters told CNBC on Friday he was "absolutely stunned" when he learned about Coca-Cola's equity compensation plan for executives. He urged the beverage giant to withdraw the plan.
JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon is used to all the glitz and glamour that his $20m salary can buy.
Jeremy Wien, JPMorgan’s head of VIX trading and a competitive poker player, is joining hedge fund Och-Ziff Capital Management Group.
Royal Bank of Scotland said first quarter-profit tripled as impairments fell and its Irish unit posted its first profit since the financial crisis. The stock soared.
The New York Stock Exchange and several affiliates will pay a $4.5 million penalty to settle civil charges over what the SEC says were repeated failures to comply with exchange rules and federal laws.
Rothschild moves into 10th place for WW M&A, up from 15th last year
The Anglo-Australian mining company Rio Tinto is suing Israeli billionaire Beny Steinmetz, accusing him of stealing one of the world's largest untapped iron ore reserves with a scheme that breached US laws against organised crime.
Speculation is growing that Pfizer, the maker of Viagra, is preparing to raise its takeover offer for AstraZeneca, Britain's second-largest drugmaker, to more than £63bn.
Lloyd Blankfein said he is winning his battle with cancer.
Deutsche Bank's head of asset management, Quintin Price, named several of predecessor Michele Faissola’s lieutenants to key roles in running the newly-created division.
Barclays agreed to transfer a portfolio of derivatives contracts to JPMorgan, as the bank speeds up the sale of unwanted assets to reduce its capital requirements.