Bloomberg's Stephanie Ruhle looks at the expected cuts to Wall Street bonuses as banks scale back compensation and announce more job cuts.
Holy Ferraris, Batman!
Philip Robert-Tissot, chairman of Europe, Middle East and Africa Mergers and Acquisitions at Citigroup, is to be the next director general of the UK Takeover Panel, the regulator said on Tuesday.
Su Keenan examines the costs associated with high profile divorces.
At last, some good news.
A former Goldman Sachs programmer who won reversal of a federal conviction for stealing internal code from the bank asked a New York judge to dismiss state charges against him based on the same allegations.
Citigroup has cut investment bankers’ bonuses by 10% to 20% globally after a revenue slump, according to people with knowledge of the matter.
A Schroders employee and four other people have been arrested in the latest swoop by the Financial Services Authority on suspected insider trading.
Scarlet Fu reports on email activity and emoticon use.
The transcripts of FOMC minutes from 2007 have just been released. They show what was on the minds of central bankers as the United States marched toward the crisis.
The boss of Legal & General has backed a call by the Bank of England’s chief economist for companies to invest for the long term instead of paying out cash to feed the short-term demands of shareholders in the City.
The journey that led Tom Hayes to a drab courthouse on the banks of the River Thames started 6,000 miles away on a buzzing trading floor in Tokyo’s financial district in the summer of 2006.
RBC Capital Markets spent the last five years pushing to become a top 10 U.S. investment bank, mostly by focusing on mid-sized companies. Now it wants to go after bigger fish.