Here’s a figure that could have you reaching for an EpiPen, assuming you can afford one: one billion dollars.
In the City of London, it’s the ultimate sartorial faux pas. “Never wear brown in town,” runs the adage about what shoes the gentlemen of London’s financial district must eschew in order to escape the opprobrium of colleagues
Top banking stocks have traded in close alignment with the market's expectations for an interest rate hike from the U.S. Federal Reserve — but one analyst says that should end soon.
Billionaire Carl Icahn bought 306,846 more shares of Herbalife on Aug. 31, according to a Friday filing.
The prospect of an interest rate rise in the US has receded after news that the world’s largest economy suffered a lull in job creation last month.
Marks & Spencer has offered thousands of long-term staff increased compensation amid pressure to backtrack on planned pay cuts.
'They have realized that their current strategy is wrong and they’re looking at what possibilities they have'.
If you've ever wanted to get into the mindset of an investment banker, here's one thing you can do (beside avoiding brown shoes): Goldman Sachs has just published its annual back to school reading list.
The trader was in deep trouble. A millennial who had only recently been allowed to set foot on a Wall Street floor, he made bad bets, and in a panic to recoup his losses, he’d blown through risk limits, losing $4.9m in a single afternoon.
Mastering the art of "pre-suasion" will help you get what you want every time, says social psychologist Robert Cialdini.
A former Barclays boss has said banking scandals could be slashed if there were less people across the sector and more computers.
Singaporean sovereign wealth fund GIC will buy P3 Logistics Parks for $2.7 billion in what's being called Europe's largest real-estate deal of 2016.
Citigroup’s victory in a securities arbitration case seven years ago had one flaw - the head arbitrator was an impostor.