In case you missed them, here's last week's top stories.
There's no getting away from it - even on a Friday.
The New York Times reports that at least 16 protesters from Occupy Wall Street were arrested after a 'large group' of demonstrators were said to have marched on the Goldman HQ in Lower Manhattan Thursday.
The Board of Directors of MF Global Holdings Ltd. has announced the resignation of Jon Corzine from all posts at MF Global. Corzine has confirmed that he will not seek severance payments in connection with his resignation.
Groupon’s US$700 million IPO is 2nd largest Internet IPO this Year.
Here's a few links to some interesting Bloomberg and New York Times stories that are currently doing the rounds.
Here's the latest Thomson Reuters 'Investment Banking Weekly Scorecard'.
This will open the floodgates. Expect more firms to come out with similar messages soon.
The German parliament is expected to agree to extend the eurozone’s bailout of Greece on Friday, capping a tumultuous first four weeks in office for the anti-austerity government in Athens.
While Goldman Sachs employees may get less compensation than in the past, many cashed in last year for a payday they’ve been awaiting since the depths of the financial crisis.
Not many bankers will strip off and sing in a perfect falsetto in public.