There's nothing worse than going into a job interview without quite knowing what you're in for.
Britain's security service has been named the most lesbian, gay, bi and trans (LBGT)-friendly employer in the country, according to a charity.
Ex-Citigroup banker Terence Zou started a carpooling app in Singapore to help cut road congestion, pollution and commuting costs. Now he’s in talks to raise money so he can bring that model to another crowded city -- Hong Kong.
The new year may have only just begun but there are already signs of 2016 being a strong year for financial sector jobs.
Morgan Stanley reported a fourth-quarter profit, compared with a year-earlier loss, as its legal costs plunged and compensation expenses fell.
Bank of America reported a 9.8 percent rise in profit for the final quarter of the year, helped by lower expenses.
Jerome Kerviel’s lawyer says he has obtained evidence that raises fresh questions about whether Societe Generale knew of activities by the former employee that led to a $5.3bn trading loss eight years ago.
Young people in the UK and other developed nations are much more concerned about the level of their technological skills than their counterparts in emerging economies, a report suggests.
Moody's is raising the red flag on the Chinese banking sector as small and mid-size banks increasingly rely on wholesale funding to aid rapid asset growth.
UBS is eliminating about 15 jobs at its investment bank and corporate centre in Paris, according to a person with knowledge of the matter.
Tens of thousands of people have put their names to a petition protesting against the appointment of a former European Union leader to the investment bank Goldman Sachs, calling the move "irresponsible" and "morally reprehensible."