Here's the note to shareholders Warren Buffett posted on the Berkshire Hathaway website Tuesday on the subject of his prostate cancer.
Nomura is said to have placed on administrative leave the hapless staffer who ordered a novelty grenade, and caused mayhem when it arrived at 2 Financial Center last week.
Citigroup shareholders have rejected the bank's plan to pay its chief executive $15m (£9.4m) for a year during which its shares fell by 44%.
Here's a few links to some interesting BBC, Bloomberg, New York Times and Reuters stories currently doing the rounds.
Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs will be forced to defend itself in court against allegations that it gave one of the world's most profitable banks a sweetheart deal on the repayment of unpaid taxes worth up to £20m.
The pay row at Barclays shows no sign of abating. With less than 10 days to go before its annual meeting, the bank is urgently asking major investors what can be done to limit the level of dissent over the pay of chief executive Bob Diamond.
Warren Buffett, the world-famous philanthropist and billionaire head of the investment firm Berkshire Hathaway, has been diagnosed with stage one prostate cancer, the company announced late Tuesday.
All's fair in love and war - and investment banking.
Not looking good.
At Bank of America, the doctor is out.
Silicon Valley venture capital firms are missing out on the opportunity for better returns by not recruiting more women, Elevation Partners co-founder Roger McNamee told CNBC on Tuesday.
A former Swiss asset manager pleaded guilty to helping U.S. clients hide millions of dollars in offshore accounts and avoid paying federal income taxes.