The SEC is investigating the relationship between the news organization Thomson Reuters and the Institute for Supply Management, CNBC has learned.
The job of deputy governor of the Bank of England is to be advertised in the coming days, kickstarting speculation about who will take on the £260,000-a-year role at a time of sweeping regime-change expected to take place under the new governor, Mark Carney.
Now they know what we feel like in back office.
But are bankers just misunderstood ?
Former Barclays bankers led by Omar Selim are setting up an asset-management firm focusing on quantitative strategies to find socially responsible investments.
ICAP has said senior managers were never aware of or involved in attempts by traders at UBS to manipulate the London interbank offered rate.
JPMorgan Chase and Goldman Sachs praised the U.S. Supreme Court after a ruling wednesday that struck down a federal law that denies benefits to same-sex married couples.
Britain avoided a double-dip recession in 2011 but suffered a deeper than first estimated collapse in output following the financial crash, according to official figures that show the economy is further away from a full recovery than previously thought.
The harsh realities of life are kicking in - sign up or ship out.
With a rainbow flag hanging outside of its Wall Street headquarters, investment banking firm Goldman Sachs was quick to express support for Wednesday's Supreme Court decision overturning the Defense of Marriage Act.
Big employers at this autumn’s graduate recruitment fairs are under pressure to attract more female applicants as new figures show that only 42% of hires to big training schemes are women – even though almost 60% of graduates are female.
The U.S. government fined casino company Caesars Entertainment Operating on Tuesday over lax anti-money laundering rules in its VIP gaming rooms.
Ouch, that's got to hurt!