Here's a follow-up to something we ran a couple of years back, and well worth reflecting on this bonus time.
For 2010, net profit attributable to UBS shareholders was $7.52bn compared with a loss of $2.82bn in 2009.
Dealbreaker reports on a scandal over at Barclays Capital in New York.
AFP reports that Deutsche Bank CEO Josef Ackermann's comments to the German press on the subject of quotas for appointing women to the boards of major German corporations has caused a bit of a stir.
Staff who work at UK firms Barclays, HSBC, and Royal Bank of Scotland are nervously waiting to find out how much they are going to get on the bonus front for their work in 2010.
Dealbreaker reports that a New York-based Morgan Stanley employee was miffed when he found that someone stole his dinner from the restroom fridge last Friday night.
Bloomberg reports that Macquarie Group has cut its second-half earnings forecast, mostly on 'subdued' equity markets.
The Wall Street Journal interviewed 46-year-old fitness fanatic Jordan Waxman recently, and he admitted that his obsession with feats of endurance have often left little time for his wife and family.
The Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission has published a letter sent to Citi CEO Vikram Pandit in February 2008 (he was appointed just a few weeks before) by the US Comptroller of the Currency, which followed a review of the company following the losses it made in the third and fourth quarter 2007.
Charlie Gasparino from Fox Business Network had an interesting segment on Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman last week.