Bank of America's second-quarter earnings outlook just got a lot worse thanks to a potentially huge litigation bill, according to analyst Dick Bove.
When investors evaluate a company, they consider P/E ratio, market share and products in the pipeline. But now there's a new measure of a company's worth: cybersecurity risk.
Nike plans to focus more on the software side of its FuelBand technology and enlist partners, such as Apple, to help expand the activity-tracking system to millions more users, Nike CEO Mark Parker told CNBC on Friday.
Ford posted lower-than-expected profit as the No. 2 U.S. automaker increased warranty reserves in North America for older vehicles by $400 million.
In the world of finance, the landscape is likely to be a lot different in 25 years than it is today
Fears grow that the bank will be uncompetitive when it comes to pay.
A female French banker leapt to her death from a 14-storey window at French bank Bred-Banque-Populaire's Paris office after clashing with bosses.
This week a new organisation for London's financial workers was launched - Cityfathers.
A former KPMG partner was sentenced Thursday to 14 months in prison for insider trading that generated more than $1m in illegal profits.
Regulators are stepping up their scrutiny of how gold prices are set, with officials from Britain’s Financial Conduct Authority visiting Societe Generale to observe the so-called London fixing process, two people with knowledge of the matter said.
Chinese authorities have arrested 21 executives from the country's largest peer-to-peer money lending platform on suspicion of stealing money from nearly a billion investors - which could make it the world's largest Ponzi scheme.
Ryanair is planning to return €800m (£609m) to its shareholders, after it unveiled a huge share buyback.
HSBC is imposing a global hiring and pay freeze for 2016 in an effort to cut costs.