We asked to you let us know about anything that's getting on your wick. Here are a couple of early rants from our readers.
Goldman Sachs thinks that England will fall in the World Cup quarter-finals to Argentina, who will be joined in the last four by Brazil, Germany and Italy. Here's who you say will win:
Well, it was really only a matter of time. John Studzinski (known as 'Studs'), the man who was brought in 3 years ago to build up HSBC's M&A franchise, is off to join private equity firm Blackstone later this year. As The Wall Street Journal says, the banker who was brought in 'to lead the charge, is departing this fall, leaving a trail of high costs, few big deals and questions about the bank's strategy'.
We hope you enjoy this one. Apologies to non-UK readers, who might not get it.
The FBI and Miami Beach police arrested on-the-run hedge fund manager Kirk Wright Wednesday. The founder and CEO of International Management Associates, who was charged with mail fraud in March after $100m of client assets went missing, was caught at a poolside bar at the Ritz Carlton in South Beach. He is said to have had $28,000 in cash on him. His prized Mercedes was close-by.
Global stock markets have taken a bashing in the last few days, as a combination of inflation, interest rate, oil and other commodity price concerns have taken their toll.
Here Is The City takes its usual look at how firms stacked up last quarter in the profits stakes.
Barclays Bank CEO John Varley said at an investor conference in New York earlier this week that his bank's wealth management operations should be able to generate £500m in profits before too long. The unit posted pre-tax profits of £172m in 2005.
Here Is The City has a new feature, which will provide you with an opportunity to express your views about anything that is bothering you.
The 'Working With Cancer' Team have formed a partnership with the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), and patient charity Cancerbackup, to produce guidelines for employers on how to manage people affected by cancer.
It's the banking scandal that beats them all.
A 26-year-old recruitment consultant who was arrested last summer for giving the middle finger to police outside a Greenwich Village bar filed a lawsuit against the city Wednesday, arguing his First Amendment were violated, according to court documents.
Spare a thought for this guy (even though he might have brought it all on himself).