David Einhorn has filed a lawsuit seeking to unmask the identity of an anonymous financial blogger who, he says, disclosed that Einhorn’s hedge fund was buying shares in a technology company.
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More Ferraris are being sold in the UK than anywhere else in Europe, the luxury car manufacturer has confirmed.
Goldman Sachs has appointed two heads of investment banking in Russia, according to an internal memo seen by Reuters.
Directors of Royal Bank of Scotland have begun discussions about the appointment of a new chairman as Sir Philip Hampton prepares to step down from the taxpayer-backed lender.
The U.K. unemployment rate rose in the three months to December, edging up to 7.2 percent compared with 7.1 percent in the three months to November, according to the Office for National Statistics.
U.K. companies posted their best results in two years during the fourth quarter, with post-tax profits up 52 percent, according to a report from equity services provider The Share Centre.
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Financial markets may be more vulnerable to traders' stress levels than previously thought, according to a scientific study which found that high levels of the stress hormone cortisol can induce risk aversion.
BP is to cut 4,000 jobs in its global exploration and production business over the next two years, including 600 in the North Sea, representing about a fifth of its 3,000-member workforce there.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear an appeal filed by three former executives of Swiss global investment bank UBS convicted of conspiring to deceive U.S. cities and towns by rigging bids to invest municipal bond proceeds.
Conceived as an emergency exit strategy and incubated under intense pressure, Steve Cohen's second corporate incarnation has developed into a childhood prodigy.