The best thing Alison Carnwath could do at Barclays' annual meeting on Friday would be to resign as chair of the bank's remuneration committee.
Hector Sants, chief executive of the Financial Services Authority, has criticised top bankers for continuing to take their bonuses and said they should act with "integrity" when running their businesses.
'Now I have lost my job during the latest round of cutbacks, I want to vent a little on a subject close to my heart.
By Maseena Ziegler
The bank ain't working, faces loads of lawsuits, has a petition with the Fed which urges its break-up and will soon need more taxpayer money to keep it afloat.
Here's something we first ran a few years back, which we thought well worth a re-run today.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has charged the former CEO of the California Public Employees' Retirement System (CalPERS) and his close personal friend with scheming to defraud an investment firm into paying $20m in fees to the friend's placement agent firms.
A top Bank of England official has called for policy intervention to crack down on 'financial arms races' in the City.
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It might get ugly.
Adi Godrej, the 73-year old patriarch and chairman of Indian conglomerate Godrej Group has high hopes for the country's economy.
Investors protested against pay policies at two FTSE 250 companies on Wednesday as they registered concerns over remuneration at satellite company Inmarsat and broker Tullett Prebon.
Tesla Motors made more than 1,000 cars per production week in the first quarter of 2015 and its stock spiked more than 2% on the news in after-hours trading, but investors wanted to talk about the company’s new Powerpack and Powerwall batteries.