You've all heard about 29-year-old Morgan Stanley software developer Solomon Lederer, who appears to have been fired for trying to do some good on the New York subway.
Bear with the brief advert at the start. Here's the recent Bloomberg Radio interview with Uber analyst Meredith Whitney, which is well worth a listen.
Here's the latest on jobs, new hires and bonuses.
Here's some interesting quotes we found in the press this week.
Goldman Sachs awarded its 100(ish) London-based Partner Managing Directors with an interim bonus in August.
Reuters reports that a lot of firms are miffed over in Asia, as the cost of decent private banking relationship managers continues to soar.
Credit Agricole Securities analyst Mike Mayo had his couple of hours with Citi executives Friday (after waiting for almost 2 years to be summoned).
Here's Thomson Financial's Worldwide M&A Legal League Table for the year to the end of September.
Here's a couple of Thomson Reuters' Global Equity & Equity-Related League Tables.
Three years after the onset of the financial crisis, IMF analysis finds that there is much left to be done to build a global financial system that can provide a lasting foundation for stable and sustainable economic growth.
As another World Economic Forum comes to a climax, global leaders remain at odds over the role of financial regulation, and whether the industry has learned from the mistakes of the past.
Joshua Wilkes, co-head of investment-grade credit at Deutsche Bank, has left the firm, according to two people with knowledge of the matter.
The price of the digital currency bitcoin rose sharply on Monday with news that the U.S. is set to have its first regulated exchange.