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The 2012 Here Is The City 'Firm of the Year' is....
Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman has called on the investment bank’s employees to pressure U.S. lawmakers into reaching an agreement that averts the so-called fiscal cliff.
Bank of America directors’ $20m settlement of investor lawsuits over the purchase of Merrill Lynch is inadequate given the billions of dollars of harm the deal caused, objectors to the accord said.
SAC Capital, the hedge fund embroiled in an insider-trading investigation, is facing possible civil charges from federal regulators, according to someone briefed on a conference call with investors Wednesday.
Getco LLC on Wednesday made an offer to acquire Knight Capital Group for $3.50 a share in cash and stock, four months after a massive trading-technology glitch cost the trading firm nearly half a billion dollars.
A small but mysterious change at Renaissance Technologies.
Wall Street is rude, it’s crude and it will eat you alive. So interviewing for a job on Wall Street is no different.
The authors offer a 5-step process for handling any situation in which a woman finds herself locked in a power struggle with another woman at work.
Perhaps we should no longer be surprised by the arrogance of Wall Street executives.
Situated at the foot of Switzerland's Alps and along Lake Geneva lies one of the most luxurious-and pricey-cities in the world.
The amount of money paid to informants by HMRC in its attempts to crack down on tax evasion has leapt by more than 50% in a year to a record high of £605,000.
Last-ditch talks aimed at breaking the impasse between Athens and its international creditors have collapsed in acrimony with European Union officials dismissing Greece’s latest reform package as incomplete in a step that pushes the country closer to leaving the eurozone.