Not good if you work there.
In an exclusive interview with CNBC, the man at the center of an insider-trading probe, former KPMG auditor Scott London, said he received about $70,000 in kickbacks.
Singaporeans rolled back military training, kept cough-stricken children indoors and considered wearing protective masks to work Tuesday after a smoky haze triggered by forest fires in neighbouring Indonesia caused air pollution to briefly hit its worst level in nearly 16 years.
Dirty tricks ?
ABN Amro was told by an Amsterdam court to pay $1.41m in compensation to two bankers it fired after an oil-trading company complained the executives had sought a bribe.
Immortality may not be a reality yet, but rapidly evolving technology is making it more realistic, said Ray Kurzweil, the director of engineering at Google, at the Global Future 2045 World Congress hosted at the Alice Tully Hall, in Lincoln Center in Manhattan.
BNP Paribas plans to expand its corporate-finance activities in the U.S. as it aims to secure better access to North American investors and strives to offset weak activity in core European markets, people familiar with the matter said.
Credit Suisse has named Tibor Kossa the head of mergers and acquisitions for Germany and Austria.
BlackRock's Chris Leavy, who’s been charged with improving the performance of the firm’s active stock funds, is taking medical leave starting today to treat his diabetes and a related cardiovascular condition.
Mizuho Financial Group is expanding its hiring plans for Japan equities to as many as 30 people from 15 as the bank shrugs off global market turmoil to boost its trading and investment banking businesses.
UBS and Credit Suisse accounted for about three out of four job losses in the Swiss banking industry last year, even though they employ less than half the local workforce.
Christian Gaertner, a managing director at Bank of America in London, is leaving to join a German technology startup, a spokeswoman for the bank confirmed.