Now this is going to cause a stink.
Here are links to last week's top 15 stories.
This sounds ominous.
What's a bonus ?
It didn't take long.
The embattled boss of JP Morgan, Jamie Dimon, faces shareholders at the bank's annual general meeting on Tuesday amid a backlash against its campaign to dilute plans for the tighter regulation of Wall Street.
The White House has stepped up pressure on Republican members of Congress to end their opposition to the tighter regulation of Wall Street in the wake of the JP Morgan Chase trading fiasco.
Cycling fanatics in the City are being challenged to leave their desks at lunchtime on Friday 18th May to take part in a stationary team cycle race outside the Bank of England, London.
Here's something sent in by a JPMorgan staffer.
Here's three interesting stories currently doing the rounds.
Richard Herman, global head of fixed income and currencies at Deutsche Bank, told employees he’s leaving after 20 years at the company to pursue interests outside of finance.
Comcast Corp. awarded its new chief financial officer Michael Cavanagh, a former top JPMorgan banker, a pay package worth $29.7m to join the largest U.S. cable company.
Comcast said Monday it has named Michael Cavanagh as its new chief financial officer.