A new report is trying to pour cold water on the idea that Silicon Valley is the place to find the best and most technology talent. Step forward...London.
In October 2011, things were looking bleak at Goldman Sachs’s commodities business. Revenue was down, competition was up, employee attrition was at an all-time high and new regulations were on the horizon.
Royal Bank of Scotland is hiring three traders to target Europe’s booming financial-debt credit market, a focus of growth at a firm that’s cutting about 100 jobs from its investment-banking business.
Companies perform better when they have at least one woman executive on the board, a study of companies in the UK, US and India shows.
Goldman Sachs has cut its year-end forecast for the S&P 500 due to a slower pace of economic activity in China and the U.S. as well as low oil prices.
The London Stock Exchange Group has announced that Nikhil Rathi has been appointed CEO of London Stock Exchange Plc, effective immediately.
The crisis enveloping Volkswagen has intensified as German prosecutors opened an investigation of the former boss of the world’s biggest carmaker, Martin Winterkorn, over the emissions scandal.
Dan Graham never expected he’d be looking for real estate to house a business other than his own.
A private hearing is to take place in December in which the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) is thought to be pressing ahead with seeking legal documents from Barclays as part of its ongoing investigation into the bank’s 2008 rescue fundraising.
Experts are beginning to warn of the dire financial impact across the mining and metals space if Glencore, one of the world's largest resource companies, is unable to control its skyrocketing debt load.
Daiwa Securities, a Japanese brokerage with operations in the U.K., would have to set up a business in the European Union that replicates or replaces some functions in London if Britain votes to leave the bloc, according to a memo to employees.
Microsoft announced a deal to acquire professional social platform LinkedIn for $196 per share Monday. The all-cash deal is valued at $26.2 billion.
A BNP Paribas trader fired amid a U.S. probe into sanctions violations asked a Paris employment tribunal for about $3.2m days after the same court awarded Jerome Kerviel more than $506,745.