"If this were London, there would be a circle of young bankers standing outside here, ties off, pints of beer in their hands, smoking, sweating, shouting, joking. But look around you …"
A guy gets hit by a flying mattress near Wall Street, which appears to have come off a roof terrace over 30 floors up.
Bank of America Corp's online banking site suffered intermittent problems on Tuesday amid threats on the Internet that a group was planning to launch cyber attacks on the bank and other U.S. targets to protest a film that has stirred unrest in the Middle East.
A U.S. district court confirmed earlier this week that Bank of America Corp's Merrill Lynch must pay $10.2m to two former brokers who had been denied deferred compensation, denying the firm's petition to vacate the award.
Oh for a dull day!
The Times has released its annual list of the top 100 graduate employers in Britain.
Franklin Resources Inc, which operates as Franklin Templeton Investments, has announced that it has agreed to acquire a majority stake in K2 Advisors Holdings, a leading, independent fund of hedge funds manager.
Here are links to last week's top 15 business stories.
'I'm 43 now, but when I was 22 I too walked away from banking to pursue my dream - which was to be a stand up comedian. After about a year, however, the 'reality' of my new life started to dawn on me...
Luminex Trading & Analytics, the dark-pool operator owned by some of the world’s biggest asset managers, has hired Jonathan Clark as its CEO, according to a company statement.
South Korea’s Fair Trade Commission is probing how alleged foreign-exchange market rigging by six global banks including Barclays and Bank of America may have hurt Korean firms, the Seoul Economic Daily reported.
In the world's most expensive city for expatriates, a fast food meal will set you back over $17, a pair of jeans will leave you out of pocket by $250 and a non-descript apartment costs a whopping $6,800 a month.