Bloomberg employees are watched very closely. After years of being watched, they thought nothing of watching others, former and current employees reveal.
Job losses and branch closures are looming at the Royal Bank of Scotland, the chairman of the bailed-out bank has warned as shareholders accused the bank of having "cosy" and "unsustainable" pay deals.
The UK government's plans to prevent a second damaging financial crisis were called into question on Tuesday when a group of economists from the International Monetary Fund said the costs of ring-fencing speculative City activities could outweigh the benefits.
Central banks around the world are repeating the mistakes of former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan by flooding markets with cheap money, according to Brunel University's Moorad Choudhry.
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BP, Shell and other big oil companies have been raided by European commission officials investigating allegations they "colluded" to rig oil prices.
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The idea of splitting the roles of CEO and chairman at JPMorgan could spur the departure of CEO Jamie Dimon, leading the 'Fast Money ' pros to debate Monday how they'd trade the news.
Almost five years after Lehman Brothers Holdings filed for bankruptcy and set off the global financial crisis, managers of the bank’s estate are demanding millions of dollars from retirement homes, colleges and hospitals.
Even though Morgan Stanley's shareholders have been critical of the company's performance under CEO James Gorman, as well as of his pay package, they gave him a pass on Tuesday during the firm's annual meeting.
Ever imagined being locked in a room and challenged to break out using nothing but your brainpower?
Should business schools be worried ? Short-term, skills-based courses offer a new model for students seeking an edge in the business world.
Amazon founder and chief executive Jeff Bezos has defended his company after allegations of employee cruelty made by the New York Times.