Here are a few points we'd like to make about England's truly dire World Cup campaign.
Yes, Samuel Israel III, the founder of hedge fund Bayou Group who gave himself up to US authorities Wednesday after almost one month on the run, told a judge Thursday that he tried to commit suicide by eating his fentanyl patches.
Here's a list of this month's most read stories.
Investment banker salaries have already taken big jumps up in recent months, as firms try and change the compensation mix between fixed and variable (ie bonus) pay. But new proposals from silly EU lawmakers could result in base salaries getting hiked even further.
Here's our latest 'Movers & Shakers' column.
Here's the latest on the 'Movers & Shakers' front.
Bill Winters, former co-CEO of JPMorgan's investment bank, spoke with Bloomberg Television's Erik Schatzker about U.S. financial regulation reform and his role on the U.K. banking commission.
Here's your opportunity to enter a Fourball team at Woburn Golf Club on Friday 9th July in The 2010 Banks and Brokers Golf Championship, in Association with Tourism Ireland.
Here's three Bloomberg quotes we found Monday which were interesting.
Deutsche Bank has confirmed that Robert Karofsky, the bank's New York-based co-head of global sales and trading, has taken leave of absence for personal reasons.