Thomson Reuters last week announced the results of its 36th annual Thomson Reuters Extel Survey at a lunchtime ceremony in London's Guildhall.
Geneva - Bloomberg reports that Cecile Brossard, the ex-call girl who admitted killing former Head of Lazard Edouard Stern in 2005, was sentenced to 8 years 6 months in prison Thursday.
Get a mental picture in your mind of what you think a 23 stone woman looks like.
A bright light shone briefly in Merrill Lynch-land a few weeks back, as three hopeful former Merrill Lynch executives approached Bank of America to see if they could buy-back the firm and restore it to former glories.
Here's what Goldman CEO Lloyd Blankfein wrote to the House Financial Services Committee this week:
The New York Post reports that Bank of America / Merrill Lynch is 'doling out millions' to bring on board and retain key investment banking talent.
Dealbreaker reports the case of a Citi employee who got fired under the most bizarre of circumstances. It's so crazy, it just has to be true.
The Deal has come out and suggested that there are some green shoots on the hiring front.
Readers have asked us to create a Here Is The City group on the business social network site LinkedIn.
'To pay my last respects to the eight years of my life dedicated to the altar of investment banking, I ventured one last time to my old office.
Good news for some.
The governor of the Bank of England has issued a blunt warning to potential home-owners that they must be able to pay their mortgages when interest rates go up and not rely on being bailed out of any future difficulties by rising house prices.
Marks & Spencer staff in Ireland have voted to strike over the firm's plans to close its final-salary retirement scheme.