Discussions to settle an agreement between JPMorgan Chase and the Department of Justice are heating back up, The Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday, following a period in which the talks were nearly derailed by disagreements.
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Dutch lender ING missed profit expectations on Wednesday as the bank announced its restructuring, after years of state aid, was finally nearing completion.
Toyota has hiked its full-year net profit by 13 percent, citing a weaker yen that makes its exports more profitable, the Japanese automaker said on Wednesday.
Comments from China's premier this week just days before a closely-anticipated meeting of the country's top leaders, highlight the delicate balancing act they face in steering the world's second-biggest economy forward, say analysts.
For many runners on Sunday, the evening after the New York City Marathon was a time to relax. But Hugh Parker wasn’t sure he would be able to.
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There’s a strange new animal among the spirits of Wall Street: the cautious investment banker.
Despite paying the highest penalty in recorded history for insider trading, Steven Cohen's 2013 earnings will likely exceed the $1.8 billion in fines he has paid to settle the charges against SAC Capital, according to people close to Cohen's hedge fund.
'Accelerating the next phase of our transformation program to create cost efficiencies'.
Credit Suisse, the bank that unveiled a major shift in strategy last week to focus on wealth management over investment banking, plans to make acquisitions and invest about $400m in Switzerland in the next few years, CEO Tidjane Thiam and Chairman Urs Rohner said in interviews with local media.
Applications are now open for Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s (BofAML) fifth annual UK Returning Talent programme, which aims to help bridge the gap between being a stay-at-home parent or carer and re-entering the workplace.