The newspapers are full of England captain John Terry's alleged affair with the estranged lover of best friend, former Chelsea team-mate and ex-nextdoor neighbour Wayne Bridge.
20th Century Fox presents the follow-up to 1987's 'Wall Street'.
The Business Insider reports that Goldman has increased the base pay of many Vice Presidents by up to 50%.
Bloomberg reports that Nabeel Naqui, the former head of EMEA credit products over at Toronto Dominion Bank, has said that the firm is trying to make him a scapegoat for failures in its own systems and controls.
The Wall Street Journal reports that JPMorgan Chase has now tightened its bonus clawback provisions to include any employee who is found to have taken on excessive risk, and any staff member who did not whistle-blow on bad risk taking. The newspaper also reports that Morgan Stanley has now revised its bonus clawback terms, enabling it to reclaim bonuses for 3 years in the event of subsequent realizable losses.
Reuters reports that Goldman Sachs is mulling over its options, after President Obama's attack on its business model last week.
The Times reports that Mervyn King, the Governor of The Bank of England, told the UK Treasury Select Committee Tuesday that bankers need to take permanent pay cuts and allign their compensation more closely with that paid to those who work in other professions.
Here's US Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner's written testimony before the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, January 27, 2010.
Testimony by Henry M. Paulson Before the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform
Here's the text of President Obama's State of the Union address.