Here's some career advice for young bankers sent in by one of our readers.
Here's an oldie but goodie - and something still relevant to your career today.
The Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission was signed into US law in May, 2009. It undertook over 700 interviews, reviewed millions of e-mails, and produced a 633-page report, rounded-off with around 1,200 supporting documents.
Here's something of interest we found in the excellent 'King of Capital' by David Carey and John E. Morris.
It was Thursday, January 22, 2009 and Charlie Gasparino (then at CNBC) was reporting that Bank of America CEO Ken Lewis was on his way to see former Merrill Lynch CEO John Thain to discuss the latter's future.
Here's a little funny from Vimeo.
And here's the list of the Top 20 films of all time as voted by our readers:
And it ain't too bright. In fact, it's a bit like 2011 has been.
17 US Senators have urged the Justice Department to 'use every legal resource available' should its ongoing investigation into the collapse of MF Global uncover wrongdoing.
Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan has been doing a Vikram Pandit - sending 'inspirational' memos to his staff.
The use of robotics in industry is nearing a take-off point that could trigger a surge in productivity gains in the years ahead, some experts say.
Greece has denied being intransigent in its dealings with eurozone officials, ahead of another crucial week for the cash-strapped country.
Britain could fall into deflation this week for the first time in more than half a century, the result of an escalating supermarket price war and falling energy prices.