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Spain has given up the battle to rescue its ailing banks alone and accepted a European bailout of up to €100bn to join Greece, Ireland and Portugal in requesting outside aid to survive Europe's debt crisis.
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Europe must act quickly to stem its economic crisis, president Barack Obama said on Friday as he called on European leaders to strengthen their banks and urged Greece to remain in the eurozone.
Those bankers and their cell phones.
He's been banged up since last September.
Et tu brute ?
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Goldman CEO Lloyd Blankfein told jurors Thursday that Rajat Gupta wasn’t authorized while he was a board member to disclose the bank’s earnings to outsiders before the public announcement.
Revenue from investment banking will tumble during the second quarter from a year earlier, according to a JPMorgan analysis of top firms.
Hugh 'Skip' McGee, the energy banker who rose to become Barclays' top-paid executive before he stunned Wall Street by resigning last year, is returning to his roots.
A former Bank of America executive was sentenced to two years and two months in prison on Monday after pleading guilty to participating in a scheme to defraud cities and towns by rigging bids to invest municipal bond proceeds.