The global economy is on course for muted growth this year and next as it faces risks from a slowdown in China, the prospect of higher interest rates in the US and the lingering threat of a Greek exit from the euro, according to the latest forecasts from Moody’s.
The UK wage gap is growing, a report by Britain's income watchdog shows.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has announced that two Citigroup affiliates have agreed to pay nearly $180m to settle charges that they defrauded investors in two hedge funds by claiming they were safe, low-risk, and suitable for traditional bond investors.
Credit Suisse is changing the leadership of its U.S. equity research as Mark Flannery is being moved to another role and a deputy left the bank, a person briefed on the moves said.
Greg Gibbs is swapping downtown Singapore for the ski slopes of Colorado, as the 26-year foreign-exchange industry veteran departs Royal Bank of Scotland to set up a research firm in the Rocky Mountains.
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Bankers have been banned from using their phones at work, swearing in emails and talking to their rivals as part of a wide-ranging crackdown on their behaviour in the wake of recent scandals sweeping the industry, it has emerged.
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Amazon founder and chief executive Jeff Bezos has defended his company after allegations of employee cruelty made by the New York Times.
Daniel Pinto earned a higher salary last year than his boss, CEO Jamie Dimon, according to JPMorgan.
An ex-Barclays trader on trial for conspiring to rig Libor said he was "freaked out" by an internal interview in 2009 despite reassurances from his bosses that there was nothing wrong with influencing the rates submitted by colleagues.
A former JPMorgan trader who was indicted in relation to the London Whale’s losses became the latest banker to go to court over claims a U.K. regulator improperly identified him in a report about the scandal.