Facebook's shares dipped below $30 Tuesday as the company's shares hit new lows and continued to struggle in the wake of its massive initial public offering (IPO).
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The Securities and Exchange Commission has charged a Miami-based hedge fund adviser for deceiving investors about whether its executives had personally invested in a Latin America-focused hedge fund.
Sheila Bair, former Chairperson of the U.S. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, has written about her view of the future of big US banks in the wake of the JP Morgan Chase trading scandal.
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Bloomberg reports that at Raj Rajaratnam’s insider-trading trial a year ago, Goldman CEO Lloyd Blankfein told jurors he makes unscheduled calls to the bank’s board members at times of market 'uncertainty'.
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The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has published a decision notice indicating that it has decided to fine Alberto Micalizzi £3m and ban him from performing any role in regulated financial services for not being fit and proper.
Nomura has announced that UK regulators have formally approved the appointment of Jonathan Lewis as CEO for Europe, Middle East and Africa.
BNP Paribas won a government waiver that lets affiliates continue to operate as asset managers in the U.S., something that was in doubt after the bank admitted violating American sanctions on nations such as Iran.
China's economy grew at its slowest pace since the global financial crisis in the first quarter, official data showed on Wednesday, building the case for further stimulus from policymakers.