Here's a little something sent in by one of our readers.
Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan has been writing to his staff about risk, urging them to ensure that they 'protect our company'.
Looks like Goldman has declared war on The New York Times
Here's the latest from our Highly-Placed Professional.
The campaign to 'Save Dave' Kiely is over. Mission accomplished.
The New York Post reports that former Merrill Lynch CEO John Thain has returned to the banking industry as top boss over at CIT Group, which has recently emerged from bankruptcy.
It's doubtless already being written, the feel good story of 2010 - 'Save Dave' - The Movie.
Bloomberg reports that, such was the confusion and panic that arose that infamous weekend in September 2008 when the financial system came so close to meltdown, that when Bank of America's board was called together at short notice to approve a takeover, many thought that the target was Lehman Brothers.
39-year-old Kate Johns was jailed for 5 years in London Friday, after being found guilty of defrauding her employer, Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi, out of around $9.4m.