Bloomberg reports that, according to US regulatory filings, Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway has sold its entire holdings in Bank of America.
The Wall Street Journal reports that CLSA analyst Mike Mayo is the latest to have a pop at that recently-announced Citigroup executive profit-sharing plan.
Bloomberg reports that Nancy Kissel's retrial for the murder of her husband, Merrill Lynch Hong Kong executive Robert, was sensationally adjourned Friday, after the defendant ignored the prosecution lawyer's questions and began screaming that her dead husband was standing before her in the courtroom.
Three of America's largest banks have all come out and disclosed in recent regulatory filings that they stand to lose billions in respect of either foreclosure practices, or outstanding legal problems arising from the financial crisis.
Here's a list of Asia-Pac financial markets recruitment specialists our readers have recommended.
Dr Ivana Takitall, the author of 'Bankers, Bonuses & Big Divorce Settlements', examines a few HRisms used in staff appraisals and tell us what they really mean.
Here's some 'average' employee compensation figures for 10 top firms.
On Sunday 13 February 2011, Standard Chartered Bank will kick off its programme of international football clinics in London.
Here are a selected few comments from readers following the publication of the 'Success - Be Careful What You Wish For' post last week.
UBS - big bank, right ?
International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagard said Thursday the Swiss central bank's announcement that it would remove a 3-year-old cap of 1.20 francs per euro was "a bit of a surprise."
Ever wondered what goes down ?
Patrick de Nonneville, Goldman Sachs’s co-head of European interest-rates trading, left the bank and is working with a new company focused on lending for small and medium-sized businesses in France.