Here we go again.
Barclays spent a decade assembling a team of the most successful gas and power traders in Europe. It took less than 16 months to lose most of them.
Talk about being kicked when you are down.
Occupy Central protesters in Hong Kong defied a 9pm. deadline last night to leave HSBC’s Asian headquarters where they have spent more than 10 months demonstrating against income inequality.
Now this is a first.
A win for Morgan Stanley in a fight with Citigroup over the value of their brokerage joint venture could show the firm is playing a losing hand.
Reuters has reported that Royal Bank of Scotland is said to be working with regulators in order to settle claims of interest rate-rigging.
Citigroup, the third-biggest U.S. bank by assets, hired former 'America’s Next Top Model' contestant and MTV anchor Kimberley Stolz for a job in equity- derivative sales, said two people familiar with the matter.
Gleacher & Company Securities has announced that Randolph H. Barker has joined the firm as an Executive Managing Director and Head of Investment Banking and Capital Markets.
Apple has been awarded more than $1bn in damages after its rival smartphone and tablet manufacturer Samsung was found to have copied critical features of its iPhone and iPad.
The European Union is investigating claims that McDonald’s avoided more than €1bn ($1.1bn) in tax by exploiting a controversial royalties loophole through Luxembourg.
Britain’s economy will grow at a slower pace this year and faces serious risks from weak productivity and a troubled eurozone, a leading thinktank has warned.
Silicon Valley venture capitalists' confidence declined slightly in the first quarter of 2015, according to the Silicon Valley Venture Capitalist Confidence Index.