Bloomberg's Shannon Pettypiece reports on the findings of a study about the health concerns associated with the long hours and stress in the investment banking community.
Here's some links to some interesting Bloomberg, CNBC, Fox Business, New York Times and Reuters stories currently doing the rounds.
The Eurogroup of finance ministers declared that "ensuring debt sustainability and restoring competitiveness" are the goals of the second bailout for Greece.
More bad news on the jobs front.
Hell, you could have lunch with Warren Buffett for less (his charity lunch auctions went for $2.6m in 2010 and 2011).
42-year-old former Goldman IT programmer Sergey Aleynikov received an eight year one month prison sentence last March, after being found guilty the previous December of stealing trade secrets from the Wall Street firm.
Yep, more speculation that Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein will be on his way before too long.
Grubb & Ellis Co has announced that it has signed an agreement to sell substantially all its assets to BGC Partners.
The strategies that worked the last time the Fed raised rates could be very risky this time around, one bond guru warns.
Every day about 4,000 people visit the Gold and Silver Pawn Shop in Las Vegas-the site of the reality show "Pawn Stars." Yet despite that success, the show's star and the shop's owner, Rick Harrison, isn't sitting still.
Banks and accountants that aid tax evasion will face criminal penalties under plans unveiled by the government.