Chinese police have arrested a second western businessman in connection with an investigation into alleged bribery of doctors by drug companies.
Not what he probably wanted to hear.
Everyone has their own definition of "wealthy." Some say it's $1 million, others say $100 million.
Morgan Stanley global head of rates strategy, Laurence Mutkin, has left the investment bank to join BNP Paribas.
Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan have become major merchants of metals and energy. Now a Senate panel is going to investigate whether this is dangerous for the American economy.
Former Rep. Barney Frank on Monday dismissed calls to bring back the Glass-Steagall Act of 1933, which divided commercial and investment banking, arguing that it doesn't regulate derivatives trading or prevent risky loans and mortgages.
"Do you speak to happy bankers at all?" he wrote in to the blog. "Your interviewees all seem so… miserable." We are meeting for lunch on a sunny winter day. He is a cheerful, slightly sarcastic man in his mid-30s from continental Europe. He orders a salad.
When a 20 pack of cigarettes costs upwards of £8, it's obvious that smoking takes a drag out of one's bank balance.
Recent job market trends in the Banking and Financial Services industry suggest a greater emphasis on the recruitment of internal communications professionals who can guarantee a company's compliance with the Retail Distribution Review that has been in effect since the end of last year.
The Securities and Exchange Commission's civil case against SAC Capital founder Steve Cohen is not that strong, two former SEC enforcement attorneys tell CNBC. But they say that does not preclude more serious charges down the road.
Homes listed for $100 million or more are piling up fast, but sales have ground to a halt, leading some to call a top in the very top of the real estate market.
Nestlé has failed in an attempt to convince European judges to let it trademark the shape of the four-finger version of a KitKat in the UK.
Recent economic reports do not give enough reason for the Federal Reserve to increase interest rates, according to Goldman CEO Lloyd Blankfein.