Based on its own poll, Manchester United has a staggering 659 million supporters around the world, but the club is currently testing the level of fandom among deep-pocketed investors.
Daiwa Securities has won the mandate to lead Japan’s biggest share sale this year, benefiting from an insider-trading scandal that prompted regulators to punish larger rival Nomura.
Knight Capital Group’s quest for a buyer will be a sprint, not a marathon.
Former brokers at Merrill Lynch, Citigroup and Lehman Brothers have won a reversal of their convictions for tipping day traders to confidential data on their internal 'squawk boxes', after an appeals court said prosecutors withheld critical evidence.
Royal Bank of Scotland CEO Stephen Hester sought to limit the damage from the Libor-rigging scandal, blaming a 'handful' of employees for attempting to manipulate the benchmark rate.
Barney Frank, D-Mass., spoke to Bloomberg TV's Stephanie Ruhle and Eric Schatzker Thursday, saying that Congress 'can’t write laws' to prevent technical errors like what happened with Knight Capital yesterday.
Royal Bank of Scotland said on Friday it has dismissed employees over an interest rate rigging scandal, but gave no indication of whether it would reach a settlement soon with investigating authorities.
European Follow-Ons Fall 38% Despite Strong Week
'It's a warzone here', one senior executive said, 'Bullets are flying. I'm just trying to survive'.
New York's notorious Rikers Island jail would not immediately suggest an obvious source of lucrative profits for the banking industry.
A former trader convicted three years ago in an insider trading case has been ordered to serve additional prison time after failing to repay money obtained as a result of the trading, British regulators said on Tuesday.
The defence attorney for a former Goldman Sachs programmer accused of stealing the investment bank's high-frequency trading code has asked a Manhattan judge for a mistrial.
Citigroup cut CEO Michael Corbat’s 2014 compensation in part because he failed to stop traders from rigging the foreign-exchange markets, Chairman Michael O’Neill said.