It’s like the 2008 financial meltdown all over again - only worse.
Words in French sometimes have other meanings in English.
Sad to report.
Stewart Horejsi’s business was in a funk. It was 1980, and Brown Welding Supply, his family’s third-generation distributor of hydrogen and oxygen tanks, was battling competitors intent on expanding into its corner of Kansas.
This 30,000-square-foot house with its 63 acres is a lot of real estate. The residence includes 11 bedrooms, 19 bathrooms, a movie theater, a grand ballroom trimmed in 18-karat gold and a sports bar overlooking a basketball court.
Stock brokers who are lured to new firms with signing bonuses of at least $100,000 will be required to inform clients under a rule approved by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority.
Citigroup has suffered a significant decline in trading revenues that threatens to depress its earnings, according to people familiar with conversations between investors and the bank in recent days.
Deutsche Bank is set to warn that a recent slowdown in fixed income trading will drag down revenue growth in the third quarter, adding to the gloom among investment banks about conditions in the debt markets.
Advertising agencies may want to start calling their local billionaire hedge fund bosses — starting now!
Billionaire investor George Soros married for the third time on Saturday, tying the knot in what’s being described as a lavish wedding at his estate outside New York City.
The ex-head of trading at Deutsche Bank's Russian operation, Tim Wiswell, has filed a suit against his former employer for wrongful dismissal, his lawyer said on Wednesday.
The Bank of England's rate-setting committee voted 8-1 to keep interest rates at their record low for another month in October, as a rate rise before mid-2016 looks increasingly less likely.
BlackRock, the world’s biggest money manager, is proposing changes that would enable large, longtime shareholders in the company to nominate their own directors.