Here are links to last week's top 15 stories.
Retaining its crown, and voted top in the Here Is The City 2012 Best Front Office Recruitment Firm poll for a record third year in a row is..
Flaws in the way Libor is set allowed individual banks to manipulate the key global interest rate for profit for years, according to traders.
Costs are king.
The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission reviewed operations at Peregrine Financial Group Inc. at least twice since 2006 without detecting the fraud that led to the collapse of the futures broker and a $200m shortfall in client funds.
Barton Biggs, the money manager whose attention to emerging markets during a 30-year career at Morgan Stanley made him one of the first global investment strategists, has died. He was 79.
By CNBC reporter Mary Thompson
The U.K. financial regulator said it’s investigating seven banks over attempts to manipulate interbank offered rates as lawmakers criticized it for not opening the probe earlier.
The business deal from hell began to crumble even before the Champagne corks were popped.
UBS is said to have extended for up to two years a unique deal to protect its top Australian bankers' bonus pool to keep head-hunters at bay and remain the dominant force in the local investment banking sector.
A Silicon Valley-based recycling company is looking for a "mysterious lady" who dropped off a rare vintage Apple computer, so it can give her $100,000.
Britain’s manufacturing sector has lost momentum in recent months, hit by the slowdown in North Sea oil and gas investment and a tough export market, a business survey has found.
Barclays is sponsoring a scheme that will give 35 s.x workers in London the chance to retrain for a different job.