What do you do if you're a 19-year-old with some time to pass on the weekend? Make a game that becomes an unexpected internet hit, according to one tech whiz.
Anshu Jain won the job of Deutsche Bank co-chief executive officer after leading its investment bank to record profit. Two years later that rainmaker role is coming back to haunt him.
A senior currency dealer at Standard Chartered, who was put on leave last year as regulators investigated allegations of global currency market rigging, has resigned from the bank, a source familiar with the matter said on Wednesday.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission will examine the exposure of stock exchanges, brokerages and other Wall Street firms to cyber-attacks that have been called a threat to financial stability.
The Swiss government is set to appoint British-born former banker Mark Branson as the first non-Swiss national to head its financial regulator, two sources said, just as the body probes currency markets and prepares for a major review of big banks.
Facebook’s Oculus acquisition pushes Tech M&A to highest annual start since 2000, as value reaches $65.2 billion so far in 2014.
A federal appeals court on Tuesday rejected a bid by former Goldman Sachs director Rajat Gupta to overturn his insider trading conviction.
German prosecutors widened an investigation to include a second Deutsche Bank board member in another twist to the lender's legal battle with heirs of late media mogul Leo Kirch that included a search of the bank's headquarters on Tuesday.
JPMorgan’s Mike Cavanagh, who served as a close deputy to CEO Jamie Dimon for more than two decades, will leave to become co-chief operating officer of Carlyle Group.
Jon Corzine, the former MF Global Holdings chief executive, and two former colleagues failed to win the dismissal of a lawsuit by a trustee seeking to hold them responsible for the futures brokerage’s rapid demise and bankruptcy.
Even the government couldn’t sustain its boast about Google’s £130m tax settlement with HMRC being “a major success”.
The UK is outperforming the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region for early-stage mergers and acquisitions (M&A) activity, according to new research published today.
A cut of 25-30%.