Here's an old classic, back by popular demand.
Well, it is Friday, so we thought we'd again share with you a couple of 'off the wall' stories.
Top firm CEO sends a strong message to his staff on headcount and pay.
Royal Bank of Scotland suspended a trader for trying to rig the Singapore dollar swap offer rate, indicating employees may have sought to manipulate more than just Libor, two people briefed on the matter said.
German media report that Deutsche Bank AG has put at least five of its traders on indefinite leave as part of an effort to restore the company's ethical credibility.
One of Barclays' top bankers most closely associated with the firm's controversial tax avoidance schemes is leaving as part of a wide-ranging management reshuffle.
The National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) has filed suit in Federal District Court in Kansas against Credit Suisse Securities (USA).
Macquarie Group’s head of investment banking in Asia, Kalpana Desai, is leaving after three years with the company amid a widening exodus of dealmakers from the industry.
Cantor Fitzgerald, the investment bank planning to add 800 people, was cut to junk by Moody’s Investors Service as the ratings company said the expansion has thus far failed to sufficiently boost profit.
Nomura has been recognised as Most Innovative Investment Bank for FIG Capital at The Banker’s Investment Banking Awards 2012.
Five major banks, including Barclays and Royal Bank of Scotland, have been fined a record $5.7bn (£3.7bn) for rigging foreign exchange markets in the latest scandal to engulf the banking industry.
It could have been a lot worse.
Societe Generale has named Alexandre Courbon head of French mergers and acquisitions and said Hubert Preschez will assume responsibility for global relations with large French companies.