The Wall Street Journal reports that Philippe Jabre, the top-rated trader who now runs a $6bn hedge fund, took a $300m bath after losing out on Japanese equities.
CNBC reports that Goldman Sachs appears to be taking a hard line over staff who may wish to leave Japan following the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear alert there these last 2 weeks.
Reuters reports that Ken Costa, the chairman of Lazard International, is to step down from his role at the firm, and is said to be leaving later this week.
Remember everyone was patting JPMorgan Chase on the back last week for having the cojones to provide the $20bn bridging finance for AT&T to acquire T-Mobile USA from Deutsche Telekom ? Well not everyone is best pleased.
We're busy (at last) wading our way through The Financial Crisis Inquiry Report in search of little gems.
Here's our latest 60 Second Recruitment Interview and Nick Price, Managing Director of Bright Purple comes under the spotlight.
No, not the UK or the United States, but Holland.
Here's the transcript of an e-mail that was making the rounds in the City this past week.
But Apple and Google Continue to dominate.
Jack Ma, Alibaba's founder, said one of the reasons his company is so successful is he hires a lot of women. Plus, Ma on Hollywood ambitions.
Goldman Sachs awarded CEO Lloyd C. Blankfein $24 million in salary and cash and stock bonuses for 2014, according to a person familiar with the matter.
JPMorgan Chase CEO and Chairman Jamie Dimon got his first cash bonus in three years as the board kept his total pay unchanged at $20 million.