'I never ask for mercy and seek no one's sympathy. I would never, as was once needlessly feared in this court, be a fugitive from justice in this country, only a seeker of it'.
Billionaire John Paulson and the Paulson Family Foundation are donating $100m to the Central Park Conservancy, the largest parks donation ever.
Hard to believe that bankers are actually thinking positively about year-end bonuses, but they are - even though the smart money now feels that they are likely to be at least 20% down on last year.
Two must see interviews.
UBS AG is assisting the Australian market regulator with an informal inquiry regarding a client order placed on October 18th, a Sydney-based spokeswoman for the Swiss bank said.
Facebook has a billion users, the social media giant announced on Tuesday as it unveiled its latest quarterly results and modestly beat analysts' expectations.
Apple made its play to dominate the fast-growing tablet market on Tuesday by unveiling an "iPad mini" - a new tablet half the size of its existing iPad - to compete with Google's Nexus 7 and Amazon's Kindle Fire.
A group of 10 eurozone countries moved a step closer to introducing a financial transaction tax when Brussels gave its approval to the idea of placing a small levy on trades.
State-controlled Royal Bank of Scotland is examining selling its US business Citizens and reducing the size of its investment bank, the agency in charge of the taxpayer's stake has said.
Wall Street’s gorilla wants back in the jungle.
News flash: We all lie! Behavorial economist Dan Ariely explains why - and how it's contagious.
Highland Capital Management asked a Texas judge to order Credit Suisse to pay the debt manager its losses on a $250m refinancing of a shaky real-estate development