Alisher Usmanov, the Russian tycoon who owns nearly a third of the Premier League football club Arsenal, has ousted steel magnate Lakshmi Mittal from his position as Britain's wealthiest person.
London's mayor, Boris Johnson, famously called on "banker-bashers" to stop.
Alleged Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev sent out 1099 tweets. They range from the mundane to chilling.
It's been a tough week for Warren Buffett's big investment in IBM.
Almost 600 jobs were lost on Friday after liquidators from the accountancy firm, KPMG, were called in at Scottish Coal. A further 140 workers have been retained but only to secure the mines, including the largest, Broken Cross in South Lanarkshire.
The streets of Boston's financial district, usually bustling with activity, were nearly empty on Friday as staff worked from home during a virtual lockdown of the city while police hunted a suspect wanted in Monday's bombings.
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Bank of America's Merrill Lynch has appointed Yacine Amor head of equity capital markets for Central and Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa, a spokeswoman for the bank said
Benjamin Hammond, a credit derivatives structurer at BNP Paribas, has left the bank.
Bill O’Donnell, head of U.S. government-bond strategy at RBS Securities in Stamford, Connecticut, has left the bank.
Citigroup agreed to pay $13.5m to settle a lawsuit accusing the bank of deceiving investors into remaining in its Corporate Special Opportunities hedge fund, only to suffer big losses when the fund was liquidated in November 2008, court papers filed on Monday show