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Now this guy gets it.
UK Chancellor George Osborne launches a fresh assault on capping bankers' bonuses Tuesday at the first formal negotiations on the plan between Europe's finance ministers.
The world now plays host to a record 1,426 dollar billionaires, after 210 multimillionaires were propelled into the premier league of extreme wealth in the last 12 months, according to Forbes magazine.
Monday's 'BWest Byte' is 127, for Frontier Airlines Flight 127 where this Harlem Shake video was filmed.
Wall Street is quickly becoming part of the celebrity culture.
The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has published its Internal Audit Report on the London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR).
Standard Chartered has announced a tenth consecutive year of income, profit and dividend growth.
The London-based HSBC is delaying indefinitely the usual three-yearly review of where in the world to keep its head office, the chairman has said, as Britain's biggest bank reported a $1bn (£664m) loss in the UK.
Nomura has announced a new senior management lineup effective April 1, 2013.
Goldman Sachs is upgrading its Sigma X dark pool, winding down a retail market-making operation and hiring an executive for Europe as the bank overhauls its equity electronic-execution business.
The former chief operating officer of Barclays is setting up his own investment firm, three years after the Libor scandal prompted his resignation from the bank.
Scott Wede, Barclays’ New York-based global securitized-products trading head, is retiring more than a decade after joining the British bank as foreign lenders used a wave of hiring to become competitors in the U.S. bond business.