The good news for the International Monetary Fund, which has been saying for ages that Greece’s debts are unsustainable, is that European lenders now seem to agree.
With global dealmaking this year expected to exceed the record levels of 2007, Lazard Vice Chairman Gary Parr tells CNBC why he's not worried about froth.
The Coca-Cola Co. on Thursday announced James Quincey was appointed president and chief operating officer, effective immediately.
A new perk in the struggle to hire and retain talent.
The recent Greek capitulation under pressure from other euro member countries, led by Germany, demonstrates that euro members have de facto ceded sovereignty over fiscal policy to the EU.
Frankfurt prosecutors charged seven current and one former Deutsche Bank employees over a scheme to help the lender and clients evade taxes on carbon-emissions trades, according to two people familiar with the case.
Who did the buying as U.S. stocks staged the biggest turnaround in three years? The companies that issued them.
Credit Suisse is in talks to settle allegations related to its Crossfinder "dark pool" trading venue, which could result in a fine running in the high tens of millions of dollars, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter.
Frankfurt prosecutors dropped an investigation of Deutsche Bank’s leadership saying they found no evidence the executives acted illegally when they settled a lawsuit by heirs of Leo Kirch for $1bn.
A swell of mergers and other transactions this year has bolstered the fortunes, and stock prices, of several independent and boutique investment banks.
Wells Fargo CFO John Shrewsberry on Wednesday deflected an analyst's questions over the quality of the bank's earnings, saying the results "speak for themselves."
Danske Bank has hired a new director for its wealth management unit as the bank steps up its focus on areas outside traditional lending to cope with years of negative interest rates.
The glory days of boozy business lunches are long gone because of the time restraints and financial pressures placed on British workers, a new report has claimed.