Imagine you a recruitment consultant and want to update your records to see whether 200 candidates on your database are still looking for a new job and, if so, getting them to update their CVs.
Mass sackings, fist fights, police raids, zero bonuses, it's all there apparently.
Several readers have again written in recently asking us to flag up this link - which gives you the heads-up on what area you might be most suited for if you were considering going to work at Goldman Sachs.
Here's a few links to some interesting Bloomberg, New York Times and Reuters articles currently doing the rounds.
All the details aren't out yet, but here's what we have so far on Wall Street executive pay for 2011.
Here's three completely unrelated items.
By Charlie Brooker
The clean-up bill for Royal Bank of Scotland and Lloyds Banking Group has already topped £90bn, put nearly 80,000 jobs on the line, and left taxpayers nursing a £32bn loss on their stakes in the bailed-out banks.
Depending on whom you ask, it's an evil plot by Brussels to eviscerate the City of London; a progressive blow against socially useless casino finance; or a way of ensuring banks repay taxpayers for billions of dollars of bailouts.
Japan posted its first trade surplus in almost three years after exports jumped in March in the back of strong shipments of cars and electronics, data showed on Wednesday.
Elon Musk almost sold his Tesla electric car company to Google after it hit rock bottom with bug-filled cars, stalled sales and falling shares in 2013, a new book has revealed.
Dave Lewis’s efforts to win back Tesco shoppers were dealt a blow on Tuesday when thousands of the retailer’s broadband users were left without a connection for a large part of the day.