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The New York Post reports that Barclays President Bob Diamond has told his staff not to worry about the UK bank bonus tax.
Dow Jones Newswires reports that Barclays President Bob Diamond has issued a stark warning to the bank's staff.
Bob Kelly will not be leaving the top job over at Bank of New York Mellon for BofA after all.
Here's Citi CEO Vikram Pandit's e-mail to staff on the arrangements made for repayment of the firm's $20bn TARP borrowing.
Bloomberg reports that Goldman Sachs has made 600 fewer entry-level hires this year, and almost 90% of those who did make the payroll had previously interned at the firm.
The Daily Mail reports that Holly Leam-Taylor, the first-year Deloitte analyst whose 'Awards' e-mail did the rounds on the internet last week, has quit the firm.
Fear not, bankers. Christmas is coming after all.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Morgan Stanley has tapped former Merrill Lynch President Greg Fleming, who joins as President of the firm's investment management unit. He will also be responsible for Merchant Banking.
The Times reports that Barclays Capital is thought to have had to rethink its plans to increase base pay by as much as 150%, 'amid fears that the rises may contravene the UK government's new tax on bonuses'.
Google's C-suite has a lot of money, and it enjoys spending it.
More billionaires have been born in New York City than in any other city in the world, according new research by U.K.-based luxury magazine Spear's and research company WealthInsight.
Corey Griffin was ecstatic when he called his father Friday night from Nantucket Island. The 27-year-old had just raised $100,000 to fight ALS in honor of his friend, Pete Frates, whose struggle with the disease turned the Ice Bucket Challenge into a viral sensation.