Phoenix Marketing International, one of the top research companies in the U.S., has announced the addition of a social networking module to its syndicated programs conducted at least monthly across the financial services industry in Canada, Europe, the UK and the US.
Here are links to last week's top 20 stories.
There's no smoke without fire, so they say.
The European Central Bank would get power to oversee bankers’ compensation under draft legislative proposals to establish the ECB as a bank supervisor.
Ex-UBS trader Kweku Adoboli was warned by the Swiss bank about a 'rogue trading' scandal at France's Societe Generale years before he was charged with fraud over losses of $2.3bn at UBS, a London court heard on Tuesday.
Former Goldman Sachs director Rajat Gupta will learn today whether his conviction for insider trading will lead to years in prison or merely a loss of reputation and months of community service in Africa.
'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.
Goldman Sachs has downgraded HSBC to neutral from buy because its decision to cut assets from its investment bank, without exiting underperforming businesses, will reduce revenue more than costs.
Ryanair has launched a petition calling for the removal of the right to strike for European airport traffic controllers as French staff prepare for two days of strikes expected to cause travel chaos.
John Lewis is to introduce a standard £2 charge for click and collect orders under £30 from the end of July, saying the current free service is unsustainable.