The newest status symbol in the mega-yacht world: support yachts to carry helicopters, speedboats, and other toys.
This is not for the squeamish, a series of 'before and after' pics of meths users used by Rehabs.com for educational purposes.
Hector Sants, the former chief executive of the Financial Services Authority, is in talks to join embattled Barclays in a senior role barely six months after the leaving the City regulator.
ICAP (IAP.L), the world's leading interdealer broker and provider of post trade risk and information services, has raised £11m worldwide on its 20th annual Charity Day, held earlier this week.
Financial service organisations in the UK and Ireland are showing a severe lack of confidence in their ability to retain people critical to their success. Only 40% believe they are effective at retaining high value individuals* with specialist skills and only 50% say they’re effective at retaining future leaders. This is in spite of the fact that most invest in development programmes for their key people.
One of the banks being investigated over the Libor lending rate scandal was behind some of the unusual deals that triggered a separate inquiry into suspected attempts to manipulate the wholesale gas price.
Fox Business correspondent Charlie Gasparino has the latest Word on the Street.
Citigroup has told FOX Business that the 11,000 job cuts announced Tuesday - 4% of its workforce - won’t be the end of layoffs at the nation’s third-largest bank by assets, deemed 'too big to fail' by the U.S. government.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch has hired Arshad Ghafur, previously with Nomura, as the country executive for its Middle East and North Africa unit, the U.S. bank said in a statement on Thursday.
An unidentified woman who said she works with the man called me to say her colleague's Craiglist ad seeking a dating manager a legitimate job opportunity. She describes him as a 45-year-old single man who's never been married.
Blackstone has hired Jonathan Pollack from Deutsche Bank to be chief investment officer of its property-debt unit, which oversees almost $10bn of investor capital.
Jefferies Group, the investment bank run by Richard Handler, said bond-trading revenue fell 30%, extending a first-quarter slump.
Credit Suisse, who paid $2.6bn last year to settle a U.S. tax dispute, illegally sent a former employee’s details to U.S. authorities to help resolve the probe, a Geneva court ruled.