The head of U.S. tire maker Titan launched a vitriolic attack on French productivity after the country's socialist government suggested he buy a tire factory in the north of France.
Under the spotlight on this occasion is David Jacobs, the Creative Director and a co-founder of Autographic Insight.
The very first Finance Rocks! event is taking place at the world famous 100 Club on Wednesday 6th March.
They may be about to rise once again - the law of unintended consequences ?
Blackstone Group President Tony James earned $64.2m last week by selling a fraction of his stake in the world's largest alternative asset manager at a time when its shares are hovering near a five-year high.
Bank of America boosted CEO Brian Moynihan’s 2012 compensation by more than 70% to about $12m and agreed to increase his base salary for this year.
Man Group has appointed a new head of its struggling flagship hedge fund, as part of sweeping changes under incoming CEO Emmanuel Roman to revive investment performance and win back clients to the embattled hedge fund firm.
Alger 'Duke' Chapman Jr., who led Shearson Hammill & Co. through its merger into Sanford Weill’s Hayden Stone Inc. in 1974, a milestone in the growth of finance industry mega-companies, has died. He was 81.
The future is murky for former NJ governor and fallen financial titan Jon Corzine.
CareerVidi has now launched to recruiters, who are able to engage with the platform via Broadbean in order to attract both passive and active jobseekers in finance, professional services and technology.
The Marks & Spencer director in charge of the retailer’s clothing and homewares business is understood to have quit after nearly 30 years with the business.
It was billed as a debate over the merits of shareholder activism, with two lions of Wall Street facing off: Carl Icahn, the billionaire investor, and Laurence Fink, the CEO of BlackRock, one of the world’s largest money management firms.
Tom Hayes, a former trader on trial on Libor manipulation charges, told a London court on Wednesday he had made mistakes and 'educated guesses' during interviews with investigators while he was cooperating with Britain's Serious Fraud Office (SFO) in 2013.