Bank of America won’t face damages claims related to its 2009 Merrill Lynch acquisition in a lawsuit filed by the New York Attorney General’s Office.
A key witness testified in Matthew Martoma's insider trading scandal that he provided Martoma with confidential information about a drug trial.
The former leaders of bankrupt hedge fund firm FX Concepts aren't wasting any time starting over.
Oil giant Royal Dutch Shell warned on Friday that fourth-quarter profit is expected to be "significantly lower than recent levels" due to current oil and gas prices and the state of the downstream oil products industry.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has appointed two outside firms to investigate Royal Bank of Scotland's treatment of business customers after a government adviser accused the bank of driving small enterprises into administration.
The U.K. general election may be 16 months away, but the country's main political parties are already slugging it out for votes, with the finance minister and the opposition leader going to head-to-head over economic solutions to convince the electorate.
Things not to do.
Bankers are often assumed to be serious, uptight - and male. However, this bank appears to have broken the mold when the chairman donned a dress at a corporate event.
Could your bonus be vetoed ?
A group representing 250 landlords is to launch a court challenge against tax changes to buy to let coming into force in 2017, claiming they have been victimised by the chancellor, George Osborne.
Economic forecasting is a mug’s game. One thing that has been learned from the financial crisis and Great Recession is that even those equipped with the most sophisticated models get it wrong, sometimes spectacularly.
Despite topping 7000 for the first time in its history, the blue-chip FTSE 100 index finished down in 2016.