The Guardian reports that Kat Banyard of pressure group the Fawcett Society told a UK Treasury Select Committee earlier this week that a lap-dancing culture is alive and well in the City.
Here's a little funny produced by iBall TV for Interactive Investor.
Associated Press reports that JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon confirmed this week that he will not take advantage of the compensation constraints placed on rivals Bank of America and Citi by US pay czar Kenneth Feinberg to tempt away top executives.
Here Is The City is pleased to announce that we are soon to roll-out our new low-cost recruitment initiative, which will focus on the UK IT sector.
Here's a selection from the reader responses we received following our recent 'I Hate Recruitment Consultants' post.
Here's something sent in by one of our readers.
Kyle Peterson, from Sage View Capital.
'I hate recruitment consultants'. That's a familiar refrain these days. We seem to get many readers sending in details of bad experiences they claim to have suffered at the hands of a 'useless' recruiter.
As we approach year-end, banker bashing is very much in vogue. What many thought would be a fairly shortlived phenomenon is building into a crescendo, as the contrast between the fortunes of those who work in the investment banking industry and 'ordinary Joe' becomes more apparent.
The Times reports that Matthew Uberoi, the Hoare Govett intern accused of insider trading, told a London jury Monday that he didn't get a lot out of his compliance training.