The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has charged a former executive at a Massachusetts-based technology firm for illegally tipping non-public information about the company’s financial predicament as part of the insider trading scheme operated by now-imprisoned Galleon Management hedge fund founder Raj Rajaratnam.
The number of U.K. companies opting to float on the stock market has risen this year to its highest volume since 2007, according to new research, marking an improvement in funding conditions as the economy recovers.
Researchers analyzed brain activity of traders in a financial bubble. What they found will surprise you.
Private bankers may be targeting Asia's rising wealthy class, but a shortage of wealth managers has hobbled the industry's growth, spurring companies to poach employees.
Goldman Sachs Managing Director Jason Lee pleaded not guilty to charges he raped a woman at his rental home in East Hampton, New York, the wealthy beach community on the east end of Long Island.
While regulators were quick to crow and politicians quick to gloat over JPMorgan Chase's most recent troubles, banking analysts largely shrugged.
The UK Treasury is set to unveil its verdict on a break-up of Royal Bank of Scotland shortly after the Tory Party conference, The Independent on Sunday has revealed.
Ernst & Young, one of the 'Big Four' accountancy firms, is set to hire 3,700 people in Britain alone by the end of June 2014 to satisfy growing demand for business advice, the Times reported on Sunday
Go to Preston and tell them that Britain is booming and the notion will be greeted with a hollow laugh.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has announced that three private equity fund advisers within The Blackstone Group have agreed to pay nearly $39m to settle charges that they failed to fully inform investors about benefits that the advisers obtained from accelerated monitoring fees and discounts on legal fees.
Potential investors in companies hoping to raise funds on European markets through stock market flotations have been “spooked” by fears over slowing growth in China, according to PwC, one of the largest professional services firms in the world.
Michael Horn, president and CEO of Volkswagen (VW) Group of America, will confirm he knew of the company’s emission rigging issues as early as spring 2014, according to a statement released ahead of a congressional inquiry on Thursday.