Some in, some out.
The first three accounts on Facebook don't even exist.
Barclays has appointed Mike Roemer as Group Head of Compliance.
The words "I really like most people I meet" flash on to my screen, as the computer asks me how strongly I might agree or disagree with that statement.
A New York state judge on Friday approved most of Bank of America's $8.5 billion settlement with investors in mortgage securities, which would resolve much of the bank's liability from its acquisition of Countrywide Financial during the financial crisis.
The boss of Lloyds Banking Group will this week embark upon his own attempt to repair the reputation of Britain's battered banks by pledging to lend more to households and small businesses as well bolstering the number of women at senior level.
Julius Baer reported a 19 percent rise in full-year adjusted net profit on Monday and said it would focus on improving cost efficiency in 2014.
The Bank of England has announced its biggest jobs cull for more than a decade, with 100 positions to go as part of an efficiency drive.
He may have jumped over a 1.2-meter fence before falling down an embankment.
A leading City fund manager considered pulling an investment in Amazon from its ethical funds because of the online seller's tax avoidance measures and its employment conditions for its staff around the world.
Wells Fargo and Morgan Stanley became the latest big banks Monday to promise to cut their support for the coal industry in the name of reducing the pollution blamed for global warming.
CITIC Securities International (CSI) and CLSA Limited (CLSA) jointly announce the launch of a Fixed Income Currencies and Commodities (FICC) sales and trading desk in CLSA (UK’s) London office.
Mission accomplished? Assessing the capital health of the UK’s banks is a neverending task, of course, but Mark Carney, governor of the Bank of England, seems pleased with the current state of affairs.