The boss of Google, Sundar Pichai, has been awarded $199m (£138m) worth of shares, making him the highest paid chief executive in the US.
With the cost of university education on the rise and the job market seemingly more competitive by the day, it pays (literally) for graduates to pick their profession with care.
A former executive at JPMorgan Chase Bank has been fined nearly £800,000 for failing to be "open and co-operative" with City watchdog the FCA over the so-called London Whale trades.
Interdealer broker Icap saw its share price dip this morning after revealing a five per cent slump in third-quarter revenue.
Share prices are tumbling.
The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) has had to postpone the start of its third Libor trial after Barclays, the former employer of those accused, brought new evidence to its attention.
Jailed Libor fraudster Tom Hayes is thought to be considering a new appeal in a bid to overturn his conviction.
Morgan Stanley’s Japanese investment-banking joint venture plans to hire more bankers this year to compete with Nomura Holdings and defend its three-year grip on mergers advice in the country.
Metals prices may have outperformed oil over the past 20 months, but that's unlikely to continue, with metals set to keep dropping while crude recovers, Goldman Sachs said.
Charlie Stenger, a currency-broker-turned-recruiter, has seen it all. One fired trader wept in his office. Another admitted he hadn’t told his wife he was unemployed, and left the house every day in a suit to sneak off to a coffee shop.
Barclays has turned to fellow banking giant JP Morgan for the new boss of its orporate and Investment Bank, it was announced Monday.
The UK was given another shot in the arm, as two leading investment banks hiked their forecasts for economic growth.
Greece is facing another bailout standoff with its creditors amid reports that eurozone countries will refuse to release additional funds to it this month.