US Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner said he was investigating whether the US government had lost out as a result of the Libor scandal as politicians grilled him over the growing scandal.
Representative Randy Neugebauer is seeking more information from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York on its communications with banks that are involved in setting the London interbank offered rate.
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Gridlock on London's streets was averted as the controversial Olympic route network took effect on Wednesday morning with many motorists staying away. But congestion on some routes, and further problems on tube and train services, renewed worries about the capital's ability to cope.
The New York Times reports that discolored tap water has afflicted Goldman’s Lower Manhattan headquarters this month. The water, it is said, had turned yellow. Had it been got at ? And if so, who got at it ?
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Barclays was thrown into fresh turmoil on Wednesday when one of the non-executive directors on the board of the scandal-hit bank suddenly quit.
The bankruptcy trustee of MF Global Holdings is seeking to interview former London employees of the failed broker as it considers lawsuits against the U.K. unit and its staff.
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Brady Dougan, the first American to serve as sole chief executive officer of Credit Suisse, said that there were times when he wished he had considered that fact more before taking on the job.
Barclays failed to persuade a U.S. judge to dismiss a lawsuit accusing the bank of defrauding shareholders about a private 'dark pool' trading platform even as it was publicly pledging to clean up its corporate culture.