No real surprises here, as daily contractor rates usually get cut when year-end bonus payouts are likely to be down.
Here's a few links to some interesting Bloomberg, CNBC, MarketWatch, New York Daily News, New York Post and New York Times stories currently doing the rounds.
The money is apparently starting to roll to support those anti-bank protesters who go by the name of 'Occupy Wall Street', and who have been busy trying to do just that for the last few weeks.
We all know 2011 is going to be a tough year for bonuses, but just how tough remains to be seen. The mists should clear a bit over the next 7-10 days, though.
A case of bolting the stable after the horse has bolted ?
Here's something interesting for all you RBS watchers.
Herman Cain tells WSJ's Alan Murray the 'Occupy Wall Street' protests are orchestrated to distract from the failed policies of the Obama administration, saying: 'If you don't have a job, and you're not rich, blame yourself', in this excerpt from the Big Interview.
The government’s finances improved last month to post their biggest surplus in seven years, after an influx of delayed payments from wealthy taxpayers who benefited from a cut in the 50p top rate of tax.
Benetton has agreed to contribute to a compensation fund for victims of the Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh nearly two years after the disaster in which 1,100 people died.
Bank of America’s Merrill Lynch brokerage unit is said to have awarded a possible record-breaking hiring bonus to a team of financial advisers that has some industry experts questioning whether the move will end up costing the firm money in the long run, the FOX Business Network has learned.