More data from our 'most miserable' survey.
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This amusing info-graphic takes two stereotypes to the extreme and compares the spending habits of the metro and hetero male. You probably won't be surprised by who comes out as the big spender!
The final tally on this season’s Wall Street bonuses is in - and it’s brutal.
Robert W. Baird & Co. Inc. grew its investment banking business in 2012, advising on 166 financings and merger and acquisition deals, the company said in its year-end report.
Bank of New York Mellon has agreed to pay $114m to settle claims over its role as trustee for debt issued by Medical Capital Holdings Inc, a medical receivables financing company that collapsed in 2009 amid fraud allegations.
Standard & Poor’s practices for grading commercial property bonds since the 2008 credit crisis are drawing scrutiny from Massachusetts authorities, according to three people with knowledge of the matter.
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Swiss financial giant Credit Suisse and relative newcomer LionTree Advisors are putting up some surprisingly strong numbers early in Wall Street’s investment banking leagues.
Greek banks will benefit from an extra €900m (£630m) in emergency funding to keep them afloat, the European Central Bank has announced, possibly allowing bank branches to open on Monday.
Burberry has avoided another embarrassing confrontation with shareholders over the multimillion-pound pay package of its chief executive, Christopher Bailey, after investors overwhelmingly backed his remuneration.
Second-quarter earnings at Goldman Sachs have been almost cut in half after the bank set aside $1.45bn (£930m) for legal costs connected with the potential mis-selling of mortgage bonds.