Here's a clever ATM / cashpoint scam, which has got quite a few people in the US.
Here are three interesting Bloomberg stories.
The Telegraph reports that The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) paid out an average of $1.87m to its 323 'code staff' for their work in 2010.
Here's the latest Thomson Reuters Investment Banking Scorecard.
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has published the 2010 remuneration disclosures required by UK regulator The Financial Services Authority.
CNBC reports that the expat exodus from Bahrain is growing after the government clampdown on protesters demanding more democratic rights.
Now this story goes back quite a while.
Well it looks like JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon is off to Japan - no, not to undertake a Red Adair-type operation and fix the county's radiation problems, but to rally the troops.
And who says insider trading trials are boring ?
And here's our latest 60 Second Recruitment Interview. Under the spotlight is Alastair Johnstone, CEO of recruitment specialists Allemby Hunt.
Global investors have regained some of their risk appetite and invested more of their cash in spite of the continuing oil price weakness and concerns over corporate earnings and global growth.
Mike Ashley is selling a 2.6% stake in Sports Direct, worth £117m, in a deal with US bank Goldman Sachs.
IG Group has warned it may not be able to increase its dividend this year following its £30m loss from last week’s turmoil following the Swiss National Bank’s decision to remove its currency cap.