Here's the moment Monday when BBC Today programme presenter James Naughtie inadvertently said the unthinkable live on air.
Here's something obtained by Dealbreaker allegedly sent out by the IBC Board to first-year students at Columbia Business School.
Not sure this pic will do much for Zurich's street cred.
To be fair to ex-Citi CEO Chuck Prince, he at least gave the appearance of contrition when he rocked up before the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission (FCIC) Thursday.
This is a lesson for anyone who's ever considered looking at adult content at work. Don't do it!
Goldman Sachs has launched an investigation after claims that one or more of its employees may have tried to rig an internet vote on the desirability of the introduction of the so-called 'Robin Hood' tax on financial transactions.
The US Government has today confirmed that it has successfully cloned its first ever investment banker.
The wags are at it already.
Here's another gem unearthed by Dealbreaker - an e-mail allegedly sent to first year students at the Columbia Business School.
We're trying to compile a survey of firms and their 'nearly name' members of staff (or former members of staff).
Britain will slip into deflation for the first time in more than half a century, the Bank of England is expected to say on Thursday, as the slump in oil prices further impacts the economy.
A corruption scandal in Sweden centred on extravagant corporate perks and private jets has now cost the jobs of seven senior executives.
The chief executive of Reckitt Benckiser is giving up business class flights on trips of less than six hours as the consumer products company seeks to save up to £150m a year.